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Four teens recovering after shooting at Madison Jr./Sr. High School (MADISON TOWNSHIP, Ohio(Near Cincinnati)) ...
Aleeanna Carpenter, 14, said if Hancock was troubled, he didn't show it.
"We all walked into the lunchroom," Carpenter said. "Austin was perfectly happy. We were all laughing and giggling and talking about stuff."
Carpenter was sitting at a table with Hancock and two other friends, she said. One of them made a comment about "having a problem" with Smith(a wounded victim), Carpenter said, and Hancock asked if he should shoot Smith. Hancock told the group he had a gun, Carpenter said, but she didn't see it until he had it in his hand.
Then, she said, Hancock opened fire. Carpenter recalled hearing five to seven shots. ... the teen used a .380-caliber, semi-automatic firearm.
(student Zayd Ahmed) I'm like, 'What is going on?' I know that's a gun. All the police from the resource officers room, they ran out straight to the cafeteria."
Hancock ran out of the school after the shooting and was arrested on a hill on school property shortly following the shooting when a K-9 unit located him.