Student Shoots, Injures Principal at South Dakota High School
A student shot and injured the principal at Harrisburg High School near Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Wednesday, district Superintendent Jim Holbeck said. Kevin Lein was wounded in the arm and is in good condition, Holbeck said. The student, whose identity police have not disclosed and has not yet been charged, was tackled by two school employees and is in custody, Holbeck said.
Police are checking reports that shots were fired at South Dakota’s Harrisburg High School on Wednesday morning, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Todd Baldwin said.
Police were searching the building because they received a “shots fired” call, Baldwin said.
Harrisburg, a city of about 4,000 people, is just south of Sioux Falls.
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