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A female student who apparently shot a classmate before taking her own life at a Texas high school was a grade-A pupil, the town's sheriff said.
Ronnie Dodson also said the girl, who has not yet been named, had only moved to the town of Alpine six months before the attack.
He told NBC KWES station that the girl's grandparents described her as a diligent student and said there were no indications of any problems.
The girl who was attacked is understood to have received non-fatal injuries while a police officer was also wounded by a stray shot from a colleague while responding to the incident.
The female student who took her own life after opening fire on a fellow student at a US high school was armed with a semi-automatic weapon and multiple bullets, the town's sheriff has said.
Ronnie Dodson said initial investigations by authorities at Alpine High School suggest that a total of fire shots were fired.
He also told NBC KWES that the girl was found lying next to a semi-automatic pistol and "plenty" of ammunition.
The student reportedly opened fire on another girl, causing non-fatal injuries, before taking her own life.
The school was placed into lockdown for several hours following the incident.
A student who opened fire at a US high school has died after apparently turning the gun on herself.
Sheriff Ronnie Dodson confirmed the death of the female student at Alpine high school to NBC KWES.
The girl had reportedly shot another female student in the school's toilets before taking her own life.
The victim is alive and being treated for her injuries, local media said.
A police officer is also reported to have been injured after he was accidentally shot by "friendly fire" from another officer during the response.
All three schools in the small town were placed on lockdown after the shooting at the high school this morning.
Medical workers said they were caring for "three victims" after a shooting at a high school in the small town of Alpine, Texas.
Elizabeth Carter, a lieutenant with the Texas Department of Public Safety, said someone brought a gun onto the Alpine High School campus Thursday morning.
Ruth Hucke, a spokeswoman for Big Bend Regional Medical Center in Alpine, confirmed the number of patients but declined to give any further details on their condition.
When asked if the victims had been shot, she said she "can't say anything further."