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Four students were shot with non life threatening injuries at Mays High School according to a spokesperson with the district.

Today at 4:15 p.m., four students were shot at Mays High School, according to a spokesperson with the district. They were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

According to the statement from the district, the shots came from an “unknown vehicle” at the lower campus parking lot.

All after-school activities have been cancelled, and the school remains locked down.

Statement from Atlanta Public Schools:

“Shortly after dismissal, shots were fired from an unknown vehicle, striking four students at Benjamin E. Mays High School parking lot. Atlanta Public Schools Police Department and Atlanta Fire Rescue immediately responded to the situation, and all victims were transported to the hospital and confirmed to have non-life-threatening injuries. No other students, faculty, or staff were injured. This matter continues to be under investigation.”

This is the third school-involved shooting in the past fourteen days with McEeachern High School in Cobb County on February 1 and TriCties High School in Fulton County Schools on February 9.

According to reporting from WSBTV, a woman detained after being stopped along Baker Road in Northwest Atlanta. Police confirmed they were called to that location “regarding possible information on the shooting that occurred at” Benjamin E. Mays High School.

This is a developing story.

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