UPDATE: Officers engaged TX school shooter 4 minutes after they were called (Videos)


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A sheriff says officers were able to “engage” the shooter at a Texas school four minutes after they were called to the scene.

Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset says the shooter was contained Friday afternoon, with minimal gunfire from law enforcement officers. He says that allowed the rest of Santa Fe High School to be evacuated safely.

How much time elapsed from the moment gunfire erupted until the last victim was shot remains unclear.

The article goes on to state the following:

Also, Santa Fee school officials announced Monday that students won’t return to classes until after Memorial Day — on Tuesday, May 29.

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