Suspect in custody, administrator hurt after school shooting in Texas

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A suspect is in custody and at least one person has been hospitalized after a school shooting Friday in Texas, according to reports.

No students were injured in the shooting at YES Prep Southwest Secondary school in Houston, but an administrator was taken to the hospital, according to reporter Bill Bishop. The administrator was listed in serious condition, but he is expected to survive, according to multiple reports.

The suspect was identified as a 25-year-old former student who gained entry by firing through entry windows, according to reporter Erica Simon. Simon cited the Houston Police Department.

A shelter-in-place order has been lifted at Houston Independent School District schools near YES Prep Southwest Secondary, according to ISD officials.

Officials are searching YES Prep Southwest Secondary school for any other possible suspects, according to a tweet from Houston Police.

The scene remains active, according to Houston Police.

Parents gathered on the sidewalk after the shooting was reported about 11:45 a.m. local time, according to news outlet KTRK.

YES Prep Southwest Secondary is a charter school for students in sixth through 12th grades, KTRK reported. The school has more than 1,000 students, according to data from the Texas Tribune and reported by KTRK.

A police helicopter was seen flying near the school.

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