Shots fired at Georgia school

Updated 10:08 AM ET, Wed August 21, 2013
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A policeman walks in front of Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy after a shooting incident in Decatur, Georgia, on Tuesday, August 20. Michael Brandon Hill, 20, opened fire at the school armed with an AK-47 "and a number of other weapons," police said. There were no reports of injuries. TAMI CHAPPELL/reuters/LANDOV
A police officer interacts with students as they board school buses to take them to reunite with their parents. David Goldman/ap
A child peers out the window of a school bus as the children are returned to their parents at a nearby shopping center Tuesday afternoon. John Bazemore/AP
Dekalb County Police SWAT officers run though the front yard of a home toward the elementary school on Tuesday. David Goldman/AP
A police officer stands at the scene after the shooting. The school is located about seven miles east of downtown Atlanta. David Goldman/AP
Nicole Webb gets emotional while waiting for her 9-year-old son. John Bazemore/AP
Parents cheer as buses arrive with students on board. John Bazemore/AP
Five-year-old Skyler Worthey, center, is reunited with his family. "Everybody's safe," said DeKalb County Schools Superintendent Michael Thurmond. David Goldman/AP