One dead after Oklahoma HS football shooting

One teenager was killed and several others were injured following a shooting during a high school football game in Oklahoma over the weekend.

Last Friday, gunfire broke out during a football game at Choctaw (OK) High School, which hosted Del City High School.

oklahomaAccording to police statements, at least two men were arguing on the visitor’s side of the stadium which led up to the shooting. Video of the shooting made the rounds on social media.

A recent story from ABC News detailed the events at Choctaw High School. Below is an excerpt from the ABC News story.

A 16-year-old boy was shot in the groin area and later died from his injuries, police said Saturday. The teen, who has not yet been publicly identified, was not a student at either school, police said.

Two other people sustained gunshot wounds in the shooting and were transported to a local hospital. A 42-year-old man who was shot in the chest is believed to be in stable condition in the intensive care unit following surgery, Marshall said. A young woman who was shot in the thigh has since been treated and released, police said.

Two female victims who are believed to be students were injured while attempting to flee the shooting, sustaining broken wrists and a broken leg, police said.

Two guns and eight rounds were recovered at the scene, police said.

A person of interest is still on the loose, according to police. The Uvalde Foundation for Kids has offered a financial reward for information leading to an arrest.

“In a stadium filled with spectators and students, someone knows something. Do the right thing & say something,” Uvalde Foundation for Kids national director Daniel Chapin said in a statement.

To read the full story from ABC News about the shooting at an Oklahoma high school football game, click here.