A cafeteria worker at Smith High School in Greensboro, N.C., has been credited with helping prevent a school shooting, News & Record reports.
Earlier this week, a man entered the cafeteria during lunch through an unlocked door, where he was confronted by a cafeteria employee. The man pulled out a gun, and the employee immediately radioed for help. The man was taken into custody and no one was harmed.
As shootings continue to take place throughout the country, schools are taking extra safety precautions such as participating in active shooter training to help be better prepared if an event occurs.
Read the full story via greensboro.com.