UPDATE: 12:47 a.m.
Roanoke, VA - A Roanoke elementary school spent Wednesday morning under a shelter in place.
According to Roanoke City Schools Spokesman Justin McLeod, the shelter-in-place at Westside Elementary School was lifted at 12:15 p.m.
Police say shots were fired from one car to another car on a nearby street near Westside Elementary.
McLeod said a automated phone call was sent out to parents. No students were ever in any immediate harm, McLead said.
Officials issued the "shelter in place" at the school as a precaution, meaning children can move around inside the building but can't go outside.
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