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A shooting at a high school football game in Jacksonville, Fla., on Friday night left one person dead and two injured, officials said.

The shooting happened about 10 p.m. ET, 15 minutes after the game ended at Raines High School, where about 4,000 spectators attended, the Florida Times Union reported, citing Jacksonville authorities.

The article goes on to state the following:

About three-quarters of the crowd was gone by the time the gunfire started, the newspaper reported.

Authorities said they had one suspect in custody.

“The best information we have so far is that we have a single black male shooter, and we are working to get a more refined description,” Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office director Ron Lendvay said, according to the report.

During the game some disturbances and fights took place among the spectators, but Lendvay said it was too soon to determine if those confrontations were related to the shooting.

The stadium for the Raines-versus-Lee High School game was placed on lockdown as security personnel worked to keep the remaining fans and players safe, Jacksonville’s WJXT-TV reported.

The victims’ names were not released. The fatality was reportedly a young adult male and the injured people were teeangers, one boy and one girl, police said.

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