Two people were killed in a school shooting at Marshall County High School in western Kentucky on Tuesday morning. Governor Matt Bevin headed there after the incident, and held a news conference to outline what details could be released. There were 14 victims shot by a 15-year-old male student, who entered the school at 7:57am with a handgun. Five others received non-gunshot related injuries. A visibly shaken Bevin opened the news conference giving the facts of the case, followed by KSP Commissioner Rick Sanders. Bevin said one of the students killed died at the scene and was a 15-year-old female. The other was a 15-year-old boy who passed away after being taken to the hospital. Students were taken to several medical centers, 6 of them being flown to a level one trauma center. Commissioner Sanders praised the first responders, who were quick to act in the situation. He also revealed that the school had recently done training in dealing with an active shooter situation, and students and staff acted appropriately when the shooting occurred. Sanders urged any witnesses to come to the police first. KSP is continuing to investigate the shooting. The alleged shooter is in custody, and police are charging him with murder and attempted murder.