CINCINNATI - As details continue to emerge after a student shot himself at Green Township's La Salle High School Monday morning, below is a look at the information as it is released.
9:07 a.m.: Hamilton County dispatchers received a call about a shooting at La Salle High School, 3091 North Bend Rd., with one victim and the shooter was down. The shooting happened during the first class of the day. The school was placed on lockdown immediately. School officials moved students to the gym.
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Around 9:15 a.m.: One person was transported to University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Hamilton County officials confirm that there's at least one victim.
9:40 a.m.: Hamilton County Sheriff's dispatch says there is no active threat to La Salle High School students.
Around 9:42: La Salle High School officials said parents were emailed about the shooting about 35 minutes after it was reported.
9:45 a.m.: Parents rushed to the school to meet up with students, who had been moved to the school's gymnasium.
9:50 a.m.: In a press conference, Hamilton County officials said a La Salle High School student produced a gun and shot himself in a classroom. No other injuries were reported.
10 a.m.: The lockdown ended and students left the school in an orderly fashion. Students who want to stay on campus are permitted.
10:45 a.m: A priest from La Salle High School was seen at UC Medical Center. A "visibly upset" mother and two young men arrived at the hospital in a vehicle with a La Salle sticker on it.
11 a.m.: A Mass had been scheduled to occur at the school. It was canceled.
Around 11:15 a.m.: La Salle High School posted the following statement on its website: "All La Salle High School students are safe and being dismissed into the custody of their parents due to an attempted suicide involving one student."
12:50 p.m.: The student is listed in critical condition at University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
2:30 p.m.: Officials will not release the identity of the student at the request of the parents and the family's privacy, but did say he was an honors student who had logged more than 80 hours of community service.
4:45 p.m.: 911 calls released paint a harrowing picture of chaos and uncertainty after the student produced the gun in a classroom with 22 others. Listen to them at http://goo.gl/LXhUp