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On Wednesday he was charged with two counts of murder and 12 counts of first degree assault, Marshall County Assistant Attorney Jason Darnall told reporters. After the boy has a probable cause hearing and a detention hearing in the next two days, prosecutors will start the process of charging him as an adult, Darnall said.
A grand jury will meet on February 13, and the charges could change, Darnall said. Bailey Holt and Preston Cope, both 15, were killed in the shooting.
Sanders said the suspect, armed with a handgun, walked into the school at 8: ET and started shooting. The first call came two minutes later. The victims ranged from 14 to 18, state police said. Fourteen were male and six female. Missy Hufford said her son, Ethan, 15, ran into the gymnasium and out of the building through a side door.
Then he called and asked her to pick him up, she said. Misty Green said her daughter, Morgan, was in the commons area and "heard the 'pop, pop, pop' and initially got down, and then just realized what was going on, so they took out running out of the building as fast as they could.
Kids were jumping the fence around the school and running through the woods. Then she and her friend gave a ride to some students and loaned them phones to call their parents. Shot in the arm Daniel Austin, a year-old special needs student, was hospitalized.
His parents kept calling his cell phone until someone in the emergency room picked up and said Daniel had been shot. His mother, Andrea, rushed to the hospital, bewildered as to why this happened.
I don't think anyone can say one bad thing about him," Andrea Austin said. She lauded the heroics of a fellow student and a teacher, who quickly scooped up Daniel after the gunfire stopped, rushed him to a car and drove him to a hospital.
Trooper thought deceased victim was his daughter Sanders, the state police commissioner, said authorities are praying for the victims.
The carnage was especially hard on first responders. One of the first state troopers to arrive at the high school thought Bailey, the student who died at the school, was his daughter, Sanders said.
The trooper's daughter had been dropped off at the school that morning, and she and the victim were wearing similar clothing, Sanders said. State police said six victims, including Preston, were taken to Vanderbilt in Nashville, about miles away.
Among the injuries, three students were shot in the head, Dr. Oscar Guillamondegui, medical director of Vanderbilt's trauma intensive care unit, told reporters. Three victims remained in critical condition at Vanderbilt late Tuesday, and one was in stable condition at the hospital, state police said.
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