MD school opens after shooting

Counseling services were available for students at Randallstown High School in Baltimore after gunfire erupted outside the school late in the day on a May afternoon.

BY SUSAN KIM | RANDALLSTOWN, Md. | May 8, 2004


Counseling services were available for students at Randallstown High School near Baltimore after gunfire erupted outside the school late in the day on a May afternoon.

Four students were injured, and one remained in critical condition Monday.

A charity ballgame was being played when the shooting happened at about 4:30 p.m. at Randallstown High School.

Witnesses reported to police they saw four people leave the scene in a black BMW with tinted glass windows.

Randallstown High School is located in northwest Baltimore County. It has about 1,700 students.


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