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Injured students recover following mass shooting at high school senior skip day party

Two high schoolers charged as adults
Students recover after mass shooting at high school senior skip day party
Posted at 10:42 AM, Apr 22, 2024
and last updated 2024-05-10 13:39:07-04

Update:

Police have arrested and charged two teens, ages 14 and 16, with attempted homicide.

Both are charged as adults. Witnesses reportedly helped identify the pair. The two teenage suspects attend Bowie High School, according to police.

All five shooting victims have been released from the hospital.

Original Story:

Three students shot at a high school party in Greenbelt have been released from the hospital.

The mass shooting occurred Friday afternoon at Schrom Hills Park on Hanover Parkway.

That's where police say over 500 students from various Prince George's County schools gathered to take part in senior skip day.

Shots rang out around 2:30pm leaving five students, ranging in age from 16 to 18-years-old, wounded.

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As of Saturday afternoon, only two victims remain hospitalized. Both are listed as stable, including one whose injuries were previously described as critical.

Meanwhile, police are still in search of the suspect(s) responsible.

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