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An 18-year-old student was killed and five were injured after a shooting at a middle school in southeast Florida after a dispute broke out with students allegedly angry with the school-bus driver, authorities said Tuesday.
An 18-year-old student was killed and five were injured after a shooting at a middle school in southeast Florida after a dispute broke out with students allegedly angry with the school-bus driver, authorities said Tuesday. (Photo: Special to the Dispatch) Story Highlights Students were protesting bus drivers last month
No arrests have been announced
The suspect is in custody
SANDY SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) — A school bus driver has been arrested after a shooting at a southwest Florida middle school, police said.
Police say witnesses reported that a group of students allegedly began punching a driver who they say refused to give students their bus in connection with a school bus crash on Monday. The school’s driver was injured in the brawl, and at least one student was shot in the leg.
“The driver was hit and was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries,” police said in a statement. All five injured students were in stable condition Tuesday.
No arrests have been announced.
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As we reported earlier this month, Verizon has launched their 4G LTE network across most of its service territory. However, Verizon is not alone in having the latest and greatest version of 4G mobile broadband technology. And in a move which is somewhat controversial, AT&T is the latest US mobile carrier to be launching 4G service in many rural areas.
Although AT&T has only deployed 4G LTE in one major market, it has now launched more than 150,000 4G LTE devices in rural areas of the US, making it the third largest network operator on these kinds of plans.
According to the latest figures, just over 70,000 of these 4G LTE devices are available to customers. But there was a problem, however, for AT&T customers. In just a couple of days, the company announced that they had been hit with a lawsuit
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