One Dead, Seven Rushed to Hospital After Shooter Opens Fire at Kentucky High School

On Tuesday, a shooter opened fire at Marshall County High School in Benton, Kentucky, according to Gov. Matt Bevin. At least one person is dead, and several have been injured and rushed to the hospital.

“Tragic shooting at Marshall County HS…Shooter is in custody, one confirmed fatality, multiple others wounded,” Bevin tweeted. He also requested that rumors and speculation not be spread until the facts are known:

According to Darlene Lynn of Marshall Country Emergency Management, seven people were taken to hospitals, with some being transported by helicopter.

The shooter is now in custody, and the motive is not yet known.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives announced on its Twitter account its agents were on the scene to assist:

Benton City Clerk Beth Cooper said that all officers at the Benton Police Department headed to the scene as soon as the news came in.

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At Least Two Dead, 17 Injured After Shooting at Kentucky High School