CLEVELAND, Oct 10 (Reuters) At least two people were shot and wounded at a high school near downtown Cleveland, local media said today, and one television station reported a 14-year-old boy who may have fired the shots was killed.
The incident happened at SuccessTech Academy, the Cleveland Plain Dealer said on its Web site. Two people, one an adult, were wounded. It was was not clear who the second victim was.
Other witnesses reported that three people were removed from the building on stretchers.
One Cleveland television station said a 14-year-old boy believed to be the shooter had been killed but the circumstances were not clear.
The incident was the latest in a string of shootings in schools that have shaken the United States. A student at Virgina Tech college killed 32 students and staff in April, then himself, in the worst shooting rampage in modern US history.
CNN quoted media reports as saying that the suspected shooter in today's incident was upset over being suspended from school.
One unidentified student said he heard ''screaming, gunshots, everything.'' Reuters DKS VP0020