A student at Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas was shot in the arm after school on Tuesday afternoon, according to sources close to the investigation. Dallas Police responded to the incident, but Dallas ISD Police is the lead agency. The student was taken to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
As of now, there is no information about the suspect, and the police are reviewing camera footage to identify the culprit. The authorities have confirmed that there is no current threat to the campus, and the school is resuming orderly dismissal for the small group of people who were still on the premises.
According to the police, there is no current threat to the campus, and the school is resuming orderly dismissal for the small group of people who were still on the premises. However, one concerned mother outside the school expressed her anxiety after her daughter told her that the school was in lockdown and nobody could go inside.
A concerned mother outside the school stated that her daughter informed her that the school was in lockdown and nobody could go inside. She expressed her nervousness about the situation.
This incident has sent shockwaves through the local community, and the school is likely to see an increase in security measures in the coming days. Parents and students are advised to follow the instructions of the authorities and stay alert. and students, and the school is expected to increase its security measures in the coming days. As the investigation progresses, more information about the shooting is likely to be released.
For now, students and staff are advised to remain vigilant and follow the instructions of the authorities to ensure their safety.
More information on the incident is expected to be released as the investigation progresses.
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