Sep 28, 2016 3:16 PM
Police: At least 2 kids shot after shooting at elementary school in SC
TOWNVILLE, S.C. — Law enforcement officers are responding to a reported shooting where at least two children were shot at a South Carolina elementary school.
News media outlets quote Anderson County Sheriff's Office Lt. Sheila Cole as saying the shooting was reported at Townville Elementary School in Anderson County on Wednesday afternoon.
At least two children were shot Anderson County EMS Director Scott Stoller told CNN.
"Right now we are still developing information. We are still treating patients. One of the children was life-flighted to Greenville Trauma Center," Stoller said.
The shooter is in custody, according to Cole.
WYFF TV reports that helicopters landed by the school and students were evacuated to a nearby church.
The school is located near the Georgia state line.