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Two school shootings in one day rock United States

Police conduct investigations around Albemarle High School after a shooting left one student injured this morning.
Two students were injured today in the United States in separate school shooting incidents which hit the communities of Louisville, Kentucky and Albemarle, North Carolina, although neither of the victims is in a critical state.

CNN reported that one suspect was being sought for the incident which occurred in the afternoon at Fern Creek High School, Louisiana, which prompted the evacuation of the facility and another educational institution in the area.

"We do have reports that it's a male, about 6-foot-5, wearing a gray hoodie, black pants with a gray stripe, and about 15-16 years old," EMA-Metrosafe spokeswoman Jody Duncan said.

"We're not sure if he is a student at Fern Creek High School, but we do know that he's a younger individual."

Duncan added that victim had been taken to a local hospital with unknown injuries.

This morning, Albermarle High School also played host to a firearm attack which left a male student injured. Police sources informed that the assailant, who was arrested, fired at least three shots during a schoolyard argument and left the youth with injuries to his lower body.

The victim is currently in a stable condition after receiving treatment in an area hospital.
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