Schools on lockdown after student shot himself in Ohio

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Schools were on lockdown in the Jackson Township, Ohio, after a seventh-grade student reportedly shot himself in the boy's bathroom on Tuesday morning.

The school district said a Jackson Memorial Middle School student suffered an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound and Safety Services were called to the scene. The unidentified 7th-grader was taken to a local hospital where his condition is unknown.

Police did not say if the shooting was accidental or intentional, WOIO reported.

Two students told WKYC they hid in closets for two to three hours and were not told what was happening. High schoolers in the district were also evacuated.

The parent of another student said she learned of the incident when the elementary school began sending students home.

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Students are in the process of being released to their parents.

Photos shared on social media show parents waiting to reunite with their children outside the school.

Gina Larkins, whose daughter is in eighth grade, told News 5 she noticed the police activity on her way to drop her other daughter at the elementary school. I love you just in case.

Cruz was armed with an AR-15-style rifle and had multiple magazines of ammunition when he surrendered to officers in a nearby residential area, police said.