Two Dead in Jacksonville High School Shooting
Two people are reportedly dead after gunfire broke out at a Florida high school. Police were on their way to Episcopal High School in Jacksonville earlier this afternoon after receiving reports of a man with a gun on campus, but they didn't get there fast enough to prevent the two deaths.
According to reports, no students were involved. The two dead are believed to be adults.
Early reports suggest that the incident was a murder-suicide. Neither the victim nor the gunman have been identified.
Episcopal is a private school in Jacksonville that, according to its website, provides a "a nurturing Christian atmosphere."
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