Football Coach Reportedly Shot Shielding Students From Florida Gunman

Chris Menahan
Feb. 14, 2018

Coach Aaron Feis of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School reportedly shot Wednesday night after shielding students from a gunman.

From The Miami Herald:
When a shooter opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County on Wednesday afternoon, reports emerged on Twitter of a football coach jumping in front of students to protect them from the shooter.

Coach Aaron Feis was initially said to be dead, eliciting tributes on social media. Subsequent posts, including by a fellow coach, said he was wounded but had survived the shooting.

“Coach Feis has not passed. He was shot but is not dead,” Jordan May, the son of Stoneman Douglas High head football coach Willis “Peanut” May and himself a member of the coaching staff, said on Twitter. Willis May was in his office when the mass shooting occurred and escaped harm, his son said.

By 9 p.m., the hope that had been rekindled on Twitter was extinguished. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel announced that “a beloved football coach is dead.” He did not name the coach.
The latest reports from relatives on Facebook suggests he's still alive and undergoing surgery:

Update: Coach Feis tragically didn't survive.

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