At least three people were wounded during a shooting at Brashear High School in Pittsburgh this afternoon. Two people were reportedly shot in the leg outside the school, and one was shot in the head inside the school's locker room. All three were rushed to local hospitals, though their injuries are believed to be non-life threatening. It's not yet known if the victims were students, or if the shooter has been captured.
UPDATE 4:37 PM: A spokeswoman for the Pittsburgh school district told ABC News that the three victims were students. Two of the students were grazed in the head, and one was shot in the foot and arm. A spokesman from the Pittsburgh mayor's office said the shooting occurred just off of school property, as the student were walking to their car to go home.
Mark Bocian, the Pittsburgh EMS chief, told Reuters that the students were taken to area hospitals and that their injuries were not considered life threatening. The shooter, or shooters, are still at large, according to Bocian.