Five Injured In Ohio High School Shooting

Five students were wounded in a shooting at Chardon High School in Chardon, Ohio. Three are in critical condition.

The shooting was reported around 7:30 Monday at the high school, about 30 miles east of Cleveland.

Student Heather Ziska said other student heard popping noises in a hallway near the school's cafeteria. She said she then saw a boy she recognized as a student come into the cafeteria and open fire.

Student immediately began running for cover. Some students ran outside, while other locked themselves in a teacher's lounger and others ran to the middle school.

The suspected gunman is in custody. The Geauga County Sheriff's Office told CBS News that the suspect turned himself in after being chased out of the school by a teacher.

The school was temporarily placed on lock down. However, the school is now open and parents are able to pick up their children.

The extent of the five injured students is unknown.