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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez say a 12-year-old who shot two classmates in a Roswell middle school was stopped by a teacher ...
who walked up to him and asked him to put down his shotgun. (Jan. 14)
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SHOTLIST:Pool Video - AP Clients OnlyRoswell, New Mexico - January 14, 20141. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Susana Martinez, (R) New Mexico (Transcript Below)"I can confirm today that a student from Berrendo Middle School walked into the school this morning, and while students were gathered in the gym because of the weather, to stay out of the cold weather, this individual opened fire on the audience that was in the gym. At this time we can confirm that two students were injured...a boy and a girl....as well as a school staff member. One male victim...12 years old....is currently in critical condition and is in Lubbock hospital.....One female victim who is 13 years of age and is in serious condition....and a staff member received very minor injuries and did not ask for any medical care because he wanted to take care of the children....that was in the gym. The shooter was quickly stopped by one staff member who walked right up to him and asked him to set down the firearm...which he did. He was also assisted by a state police lieutenant who was dropping off his own child...the principal of this school was locking the door and saw the lieutenant dropping off his child and went up to him and asked for his assistance....which he did...and went into the gym to secure the individual who was shooting."STORYLINE: New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez say a 12-year-old who shot two classmates in a Roswell middle school was stopped by a teacher who walked up to him and asked him to put down his shotgun. Martinez says one student was critically injured and another is in serious condition following Tuesday morning's shooting at Berrendo Middle School. State police say the shooter was a seventh grader. Martinez says the student walked into the gym where students were gathered for class and shot a boy and a girl. She says a teacher "quickly stopped" the suspect by walking up to him and asking him to put down the firearm, which he did. The governor says a staff member received very minor injuries but declined medical care because he wanted to stay and help. Hospital officials say the boy who was shot is 11 and the girl is 13.