A second high school shooting occurred in Wisconsin in the wake of Monday’s shooting that left the student gunman injured.

The latest shooting took place at Oshkosh West High School in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at about 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. The scene reportedly played out similarly to the incident in Waukesha, Wisconsin, as a student was confronted by a resources officer.

“There has been an officer-involved shooting at Oshkosh West High School,” Oshkosh police told reporters in a statement. “A student was armed with a weapon and confronted a school resource officer. The student and officer were both injured and transported to local hospitals.”

Police received reports of shots fired at the school at 9:13 a.m. It was reported shortly after that the student had gotten into a confrontation with the school’s resources officer while speaking in the resource office.

The student reportedly assaulted the officer and stabbed them after an alleged confrontation. The officer allegedly responded by pulling their gun and firing several shots, one of which struck the student.

“I heard people yelling and running, and I heard a bang but not sure what the bang was,” a senior told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “We all got into the part of the room, closed all the doors, turned off the lights, and sat in the back of the classroom, quiet. We contacted parents and siblings, and waited until told what to do.”

The school was immediately placed on lockdown after the shots were heard and as police rushed to the scene. Students were slowly evacuated to nearby Terry Piper Middle School and parents were notified to pick up their kids from the middle school.

The student allegedly responsible was the only reported student injured in the incident. Wisconsin’s Department of Criminal Investigations will be leading the investigation.

Students were evacuated by bus after a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California Students were evacuated by bus after a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California Photo: AFP / Frederic J. BROWN