'Nothing Is Shocking Anymore, It's Horrible': Teacher Recalls Having Shooter in Class

A football coach died from his wounds after placing himself in front of bullets to protect students from a gunman inside a Florida high school on Wednesday. 

Aaron Feis, a football coach and security guard at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is the first of the 17 fatalities to be identified.

A witness to the massacre recounted Feis jumping “in front of bullets to save some students' lives." Feis was said to be beloved by students who often chatted with him on the school grounds, where he served as a security guard and was an assistant on the football coaching staff. 

He is survived by his wife and daughter, according to the school website. 

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