Three students have died so far after a mass-shooting Monday at a high school in Chardon, Ohio. Five students in all were wounded in the attack, and a suspect was taken into custody.
Two other students are still hospitalized. Police are searching for a motive to the attacks, according to a report found on wgnradio.com (http://bit.ly/wsKHRk).
Audio from the incident is available at http://bcove.me/dkphg12s, courtesy of USA Today.
In addition to law enforcement, firefighters and EMS providers are among the agencies who would most likely be called to respond to mass-shootings like this one. For training material on responding to these events, consider Free Firefighter Training: Response to Mass Shooting Events, Mass -Shooting Incidents: Planning and Response, and Response to Critical Incidents “A to Z”.