Police chief: Teen shoots four, kills self at Cleveland high school
(CNN) -- It was only after a crowd of screaming students ran past Darnell Rodgers in a stairway at his Cleveland, Ohio, high school Wednesday afternoon that he realized he had been shot.
"They were screaming, 'Oh my God! Oh my God,'" said Rodgers, a senior at SuccessTech Academy near downtown Cleveland.
Rodgers suddenly felt his arm "burning," he said, and realized he had been shot in the elbow.
Police have started to piece together what happened.
At around 1:15 p.m. ET, 14-year-old gunman Asa Coon, who was a student at the school, walked the halls firing a gun in each hand, Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath said.
When it was all over, five people had been shot, but the only fatality was Coon, who police said killed himself in a classroom.
Police found a .22- caliber revolver and .38-caliber revolver near Coon's body, along with a box of ammunition and three knives, said McGrath.