• Shooting prompts lockdown of nearby Pittsburgh high school


    PITTSBURGH - A shooting in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood Thursday morning prompted a modified lockdown at Carrick High School.

    Police and paramedics were called shortly after 6 a.m. to East Agnew Avenue, officials said. The victim had already left the scene by the time they got there.

    A short time later, the man who was shot was found at a nearby convenience store. Police said he had been shot in the arm and was taken to a hospital.

    A Pittsburgh Public Schools spokesperson said there were additional school police at Carrick High School while the lockdown was in place.




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