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>> At first, all we heard was run, run, and the next thing you know, we hear boom, boom, boom.>> Those were the moments it became clear to sophmore Dakota Shraeter that a shooting at her Texas high school was taking place. Now ten are dead and another ten injured in an attack that shook the Houston area town of Santa Fe.
Most of those killed, students. So far two people have been detained, both students at the high school. One has been identified by police as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, who is suspected to have fired the shots. Details on the 17 year old have begun to emerge.>> The shooter has information contained in journals on his computer and cell phone.
That he said that not only did he want to commit the shooting, but he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting. As you probably know, he gave himself up.>> While Pagourtzis has now been booked into county jail, authorities are dealing with another hazard, explosives.>> Various different kinds of explosive devices have already been detected.
One was a CO2 device, another was a Molotov cocktail. And there are various other types of explosive devices that have been identified, both in a home as well as in a vehicle. The shots began early Friday morning shortly before 8 AM, prompting police to race to the school.
Aerial footage shows the students evacuating the building, a now all too familiar scene in America. The Texas shooting comes just three months after an assailant killed 17 students and staff at a Parkland, Florida high school. A bloody assault that sparked renewed calls for gun control.>> Never again, never again, never!