US police arrest three after Detroit school shooting

Police say they have arrested three teenagers in the shooting death of another US teenager near a Detroit high school.

Deputy Police Chief James Tate says three males were arrested at their homes last night. They are aged 15, 16 and 18. He says a 16-year-old fought earlier in the day with one of the victims.

Three Henry Ford High School students and a former student were shot shortly after classes were let out. A hospital has confirmed that a 16-year-old died. Mr Tate says the others are in a serious condition.


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