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Shooting at Florida High School

Update 5:47 p.m.CBS Miami reports that as many as seven were killed in the shooting. The suspect, 19, has been identified as a former student of the school and was taken into custody.

Police responded to a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., this afternoon. According to the Miami Herald, an estimated 20 people are injured, with one dead. The local CBS affiliate reports that the shooter is still at large:

 

This post will be updated as events develop.

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