SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — The Latest on a shooting at a Southern California high school (all times local):
The Los Angeles County Fire Department says now there at least are three confirmed injuries following a shooting at Saugus High School in the city of Santa Clarita.
Department spokesman Christopher Thomas says initial accounts of at least six victims Thursday morning may have been because of duplicate reports.
Thomas says it’s not known if the patients have gunshot wounds or other types of injuries. One is being flown to a hospital and two others are being transported by ambulance.
Sheriff’s deputies have swarmed the campus 30 miles (50 kilometers) northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
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Sheriff’s deputies are swarming a northern Los Angeles County high school where a shooting has been reported that resulted in at least six people being injured.
Television news images Thursday morning show lines of students being escorted out of Saugus High School in the city of Santa Clarita.
Several people were seen being moved on gurneys.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department says at least six people were injured. It was unclear whether all of them had been shot.
Authorities say at least six people have been injured during a shooting at a Southern California high school.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says Thursday on Twitter that deputies are responding to Saugus High School in the city of Santa Clarita.
The sheriff’s office says a male suspect in black clothing was seen at the school.
Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman Christopher Thomas said it was not immediately clear if the victims suffered gunshot wounds or other injuries.
Saugus High School and other schools in the area have been locked down.