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Prosecutors will request a judge move it to adult court, at which point the details will no longer be secret. The teen is being held at a regional juvenile jail in Paducah - about a half-hour away from the high school.
In addition to the two students killed in Tuesday's shooting, 14 others were shot and four children were injured as they ran from the gunfire.
The mother of one of the students evacuated from the school described the chilling moment she helped the shooter's mom after she learned her son was responsible. Daniel's prognosis is still unclear but his brother posted a screenshot of them Face-timing soon after the surgery, saying: 'Look at this Superman. The boy's parents had been calling his cell phone repeatedly until someone in the emergency department picked up and told them he was injured.
Heather Adams told WKMS that her son had already texted her to say he was safe so she was trying to help other parents locate their children.'I noticed a lady that was distraught and couldn't find her child. Daniel's brother urged others to pray for his recovery. Will everyone please pray for him he's being so strong I love him to death and just for him to be hurt in this awful event is killing me inside because he's a strong funny amazing person I just don't get how anyone could do this to my little brother,' he wrote.'I love you Daniel Austin you are going to be strong through this like everything else and I promise I'm going to take you to toys r us after this.'Mitchell Garland, who rushed outside of his business when he heard about the shooting, described seeing the students flee the school.'They was running and crying and screaming,' he said. They were trying to get out of there.'Garland said he made sure the students were safe. 'We're a small town and we know a lot of the kids.' Savana Smothers, the school's assistant girls' soccer coach, scrambled to account for all of her players.
A half-dozen ambulances and numerous police cars converged on the school. I got yelled at by the police for calling for an ambulance...
Officers in black fatigues carrying assault rifles showed up as well. We got a firefighter's coat to put on her.' Daniel Austin, 17, was shot in his right arm when a 15-year-old boy opened fire on students, killing two and injuring 18 others, in a packed atrium at Marshall County High School on Tuesday morning.
Five students remained in critical condition in various hospitals late Tuesday.
Bailey Holt (left), 15, was one of two students who suffered fatal gunshot wounds in Tuesday's shooting rampage at a Kentucky high school.
Many students fled the school in cars, while others ran down ran down the highway for more than a mile. His brother Shane Austin told Local 6 that Daniel was listening the music and giving his classmate's high fives at the time. ' His mother Andrea Austin told CNN on Tuesday that he might need to have his arm amputated.I was texting with my son asking 'Do you know where this child is? He said his own son, a 16-year-old sophomore, jumped into someone's car and sped away before making his way to his dad's office. All the girls were safe, she told The Associated Press in a Facebook message.She also said she was trying to get a head count for all the students who attend her church.'You just never think this will happen in a small town like ours,' she said.I asked him if he was okay, and he said, 'I'm running'.'Morgan Green was in the commons area when the gunfire erupted, according to her mother, Misty Green.'My daughter was sitting there in the commons area and hear the 'pop, pop, pop' and initially got down, and then just realized what was going on, so they took out running out of the building as fast as they could,' she said.'Initially she didn't know what it was, but then she realized it was a gun and all of the other students realized what it was, and they all just got out of the building as quickly as they could.'Teachers were grabbing kids up and helping them get into safe places and helping them get outside and get to a safe location.'Alexandria Caporali, 16, said she was eating breakfast when she heard a shot, turned and saw the teenager with the gun.
She knew him as a quiet boy who played music and always seemed happy.
Federal authorities joined state and local law enforcement in responding to the shooting. Matt Bevin ran out a side door at the Capitol in Frankfort, saying he was headed to the school as well.