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Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter.

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Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter. According to the department, all available Daytona Beach police officers are responding to Mainland High School after “an emergency button was activated.” After the panic button was pressed at Continental High, Daytona Beach police rushed to the school. Follow For More Updates at Worldrapiddnews.com

Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter.
Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter.

After the “panic button” was pushed, all available Daytona Beach police responded to Continental High, according to the agency. Friday afternoon, Daytona Beach police reported the response via Twitter. Last chance to win tickets to Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando | Why are the speed limits on the same stretch of road different?

“A 911 button has been activated in response to a request from Continental High School. No injuries have been reported, and we have no other information at this time. All available officers are currently on-site in the city to investigate. Please avoid the area,” instructed the sign.

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The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office announced through Twitter that it was supporting the Daytona Beach Police Department in “deporting Continental High.” On social media, Daytona Beach police emphasised that there were no reports of gunfire or injuries. “As a precaution, each room is being cleaned separately,” the message stated.

Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter.
Mainland high school shooting news of the day: Daytona Beach has an active shooter.
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Chief of Police in Daytona Beach, Jakara Young, tweeted, “We are actively investigating gun threat panic alerts at Continental High School.” There were no reports of gunfire or injuries. We continue to evacuate the school to ensure everyone’s safety.

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