Hero Teen Drives Classmate Wounded in Kentucky School Shooting to Hospital

The attack at a Kentucky high school yesterday was the 11th school shooting this year.

11 school shootings, in just 23 days. To say it's an epidemic is really understating things.

The heartbreaking incident left two students dead in a small town of just 5,000 people. The community is shocked, and will need a long time to grieve and heal.

In the midst of the terror, one student shows us how to be a hero. Tristan Cline told 'CBS This Morning' he had just arrived to school at Marshall County High when he realized the shooting was happening. He was about to pull away in fear when a familiar face made him pause:

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