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Atlanta School shooting: 14-year-old injured by head shot

Again, Shooting Happened in American School, Atlanta injured two students

Shooting broke out at school in the United States. This time the location is in Price Middle School, Atlanta and wounding two students.

The school confirmed that two people were injured in this incident. Even one of them was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital due to shot in the head.

Atlanta police representative, Carlos Campos said they received reports of the shooting around 13:20 pm local time. In this incident, the police have arrested someone who is allegedly a suspect.

"Police arrested a student suspected as perpetrators," said Campos as reports from, Friday (02/01/2013).

After the shooting, the school was closed and parents are not allowed to get in to see their child. This school itself is located in southwest Atlanta.

Atlanta School Shooting: Obama calls for tougher gun laws

The mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, condemned the shooting and other such incidents as "unconscionable". Armed attacks in and around U.S. schools should "stop," he demanded in a published on the website of the city government opinion. "Too many young people are getting hurt, and too many families suffer needlessly and unimaginable grief," Reed added.

In recent months, school shootings in the United States had provided again for horror. In one particularly shocking rampage at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, a young man in mid-December had killed 20 children and six adults before he killed himself. U.S. President Barack Obama called on Congress to then to enact stricter gun laws. In the U.S. Constitution, the right of every citizen to bear arms is enshrined.

The Senate on Wednesday in Washington began with the discussion of a legislative initiative of the Democrats. It affirms that the manufacture, importation and sale of more than 150 mostly semi-automatic weapons were prohibited.
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