Shooting at Washington high school

Updated 11:28 AM ET, Mon October 27, 2014
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Students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School write messages and prayers during a vigil Friday, October 24, at a church in Marysville, Washington. Earlier in the day, a student shot five people at the school before he committed suicide, law enforcement officials told CNN. David Ryder/Getty Images
Community members and students gather for the vigil. David Ryder/Getty Images
People embrace at the church where students were taken to be reunited with parents. Ted S. Warren/AP
Parents crowd around buses as students arrive at the church. Ted S. Warren/AP
A woman waits on a curb at the church. Ted S. Warren/AP
People hug after arriving at the church. Ted S. Warren/AP
A girl is consoled at the church after the shooting. Ted S. Warren/AP
Police monitor the school's athletic fields after the shooting. David Ryder/Getty Images
Emergency personnel respond to the school after the shooting.
Authorities "are confident that there is only one single shooter," Marysville police spokesman Robert Lamoureux told reporters. KOMO/AP
Students walk across a field after reports of shots being fired at the school. KOMO/AP
Authorities first learned about the shooting after getting a 911 phone call around 10:30 a.m. (1:30 p.m. ET) from someone inside the school, Lamoureux said. KOMO/AP
A student locked down inside a classroom told CNN by phone that the shooting began in the cafeteria. KOMO/AP