Metal detectors didn't keep a gun out of a Chicago high school and now two students are recovering from gunshot wounds.
The two were injured when the gun accidentally went off inside a classroom at the chicago vocational career academy Tuesday.
Police say it was in the pocket of a 15-year-old student at the time. The bullet hit a 14-year-old boy, then ricocheted, hitting the 15-year-old gun holder. Both boys are said to be in good condition.
This is the second shooting at the school in about two weeks. Two students were hurt in a drive-by shooting in the school's parking lot last month.