6-Year-Old On Life Support After SC School Shooting

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GREENVILLE, S.C. -- One of the students shots on a school playground at Townville Elementary School southwest of Greenville, South Carolina is fighting for his life.

Jacob Hall's family says the six-year-old went through several surgeries and right now, he's on life support.

Jacob, along with another six-year-old boy and teacher Megan Hollingsworth, were shot. The other student and teacher were treated and released from a local hospital following the shooting.

The community came together Thursday for a prayer vigil for Jacob; a GoFundMe page for Jacob's family has, so far, raised more than $75,000.

We're learning more details about the shooter; 14-year-old Jesse Osbourne is accused of killing his father at their home, then going to the elementary school and opening fire on the playground.

According to the Daily Mail, Osbourne was thrown out of his middle school for having a machete and a hatchet in the classroom.

Investigators are now looking into whether Osbourne was a victim of bullying.

Osbourne was taken down by a volunteer firefighter after he opened fire.

In a juvenile court appearance Friday, Osbourne was charged with one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder.