junior Ryan Brady was "five feet away" from the 15-year-old gunman as a school counselor pinned the shooting suspect against a vending machine Monday morning.
"It definitely was a shotgun," Brady said of the weapon used in .
Watch the video hear from Brady and another student who were near the site of the incident at Perry Hall High School.
There was one priority on the minds of Perry Hall High School parents Monday afternoon: reuniting with their children.
Perry Hall teachers and police ushered students away from the building and into buses or into the arms of parents.
Kristain Wilkinson, a mother of two Perry Hall High School students, said she couldn't believe that something like this could happen at such a prestigious high school.
"It's just been a terror until I saw my son's face," Wilkinson said, on her child's first day in high school. "I pray for the people who were injured and I pray that God helps that child's soul who did this."