Who is Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz?

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At least 17 people were killed when a former student opened fire inside and outside a high school in Broward County, Fla., on Wednesday afternoon. Two of the victims died of their wounds at the hospital.

Sheriff Israel, whose own triplets graduated from the high school, said what happened makes him sick to his stomach.

Klein said his son whispered during the call, telling him, "We have to be quiet; I can't really be talking to you".

According to a former math teacher of Cruz at the school, he had been previously identified as a security threat and had been informed a year ago that he wouldn't be allowed on campus with a backpack. It's believed that he escaped the school by blending in with other students who were trying to escape according to sources.

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Israel said he didn't think Cruz had significant injuries, and he said he thought his first name was spelled "Nikolas".

Kuffner said they know some of Shawn's friends were shot and knows that one of them is OK.

I've spoken with @BrowardSheriff Scott Israel, @browardschools Superintendent Robert Runcie and FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen regarding Stoneman Douglas High School. "The governor, the secretary and other administration officials will continue to keep the president updated", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

According to law enforcement, a former student of the school is now in custody. He had previously attracted so much concern that school administrators banned him from campus, said Jim Gard, a math teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, USA Today reports.

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Televised images showed dozens of students, their arms in the air, weaving their way between law enforcement officers with heavy weapons and helmets, and large numbers of emergency vehicles including police cars, ambulances and fire trucks.

Nicole Baltzer, 18, said she was in trigonometry class about 10 minutes before the end of the school day when the fire alarm went off.

- He told reporters that an attack began outside the school. "Say it early and often, I'm telling you".

This story is developing.

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