Two students injured in Philadelphia school shooting

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by Chris Patterson

(CNN) -- At least two students were injured Friday at a Philadelphia high school after shots were reportedly fired from outside through a school window, a fire department representative told CNN.


The students were being transported from Delaware Valley Charter High School to Einstein Medical Center with unknown injuries, authorities said.


Philadelphia police tweeted a short time later that they had "a suspect" in custody.


It was the second shooting at or near a school this week.


In New Mexico on Tuesday, a 12-year-old student with a sawed off, 20-gauge pump shotgun opened fire in a crowded gymnasium at Berrendo Middle School, according to authorities. Two students were seriously injured and the shooter was in custody.