A teacher at a school in Barcelona, Spain, has been killed by a 13-year-old student armed with a crossbow, local media say.
The suspect has been detained. His motive is unclear. Police have not confirmed the weapon used or whether he was a student at the Instituto Joan Foster.
At least four other people were injured in the attack.
According to Spanish media reports, the boy, said to be also armed with a knife, arrived at a class on Monday morning when he injured a teacher and her daughter, who was a student of hers.
Hearing screams, a male teacher who was there as a substitute entered the classroom and was killed.
Barcelona Mayor Xavier Trias tweeted that he was appalled by the incident and has pledged his support for those affected.
Spain’s ANPE teachers union says it is the first documented case of a student killing a teacher in the country.
If the attacker is confirmed as a 13-year-old, he would not face charges as the age of criminal responsibility in Spain is 14.