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Noblesville, Indiana school shooting: Shooter in custody, Two hurt

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'Active Shooter' At Indianapolis-Area School
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One teen and a teacher were injured Friday in a middle-school shooting about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis. The teacher was transported to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital and the student was taken to Riley Hospital for Children, IU Health spokeswoman Danielle Sirilla said. She did not know their conditions. Jason Seaman, who has been a science teacher for Noblesville schools for nearly four years and a seventh-grade football coach for two years, was the teacher shot, according to multiple parents.
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