- Student, 16, walked into class late and fired at two classmates with 12-gauge shotgun, critically wounding one and missing the other at Taft (California) Union High School on Thursday morning, police say
- Teacher was struck in head with pellet, but is OK, sheriff says
- Police: Suspect put gun down after teacher and “campus supervisor” talked to him; wounded student airlifted to hospital
- Below are the latest updates as they come to us. Also, you can read our full story.
[Updated at 7:09 p.m. ET] An armed police officer is assigned to the school but he wasn’t at the school at the time of the shooting because snowfall in the area prevented his arrival, authorities said.
[Updated at 7:03 p.m. ET] A mother of a student witness recalls the moment that her daughter called her after the shooting: “She was telling me, ‘Mom, get here, there’s blood everywhere,” the woman…
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