Spectators flee after shooting during high school football game

·Sports Reporter
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Football players and officials flee after four people were reportedly shot at a high school football game.
People flee after four people were reportedly shot at a high school football game in Alabama. (Images: Twitter)

Terrifying footage has emerged of spectators running for their lives after a shooting at a high school in Alabama.

Four people were reportedly shot as gunshots were heard echoing around the Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

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Footage showed spectators running onto the field as they fled from the shooter.

Some players dropped to the floor, before fleeing from the field.

A large number of emergency services attended the scene as police officers secured the stadium.

There is no status on the identity of the shooter.

Ladd-Peebles Stadium scene of 2019 mass shooting

The same stadium was also the scene of a mass shooting back in 2019 when 10 people were shot.

The victims were aged between 15-18 years old.

A 17-year-old boy turned out to be the shooter and was charged with attempted murder.

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