California Los Angeles: 6 people have injured in the shooting at a high school in the Southern California city of Santa Clarita. The authorities are searching for the shooter. Information regarding the shooter is that he was a student at the school. The reason behind the shootout is unknown, and the police department is finding out all the aspects related to the case.
The shooting happened today on Thursday in the morning at Saugus High School, some 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, according to Sheriff Department.
The police authority is looking for the suspect who is an Asian male in black clothing who is on the loose.
The reason for the student’s shooting is still a mystery. The injured are taken to the Henry Mayo hospital. All the 6 injured people are admitted to the hospital, and the Condition of two injured are critical.
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Report of 5-7 students injured in Santa Clarita. This is the 366th mass shooting of 2019
2019 YTD total:
•836 child gun deaths
•2,437 child gun injuries
•34,051 gun deaths
•0 material Federal gun reform legislation
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Police have published the order to search the suspect who is missing after the incident t. Also, police have asked the public that if they found the suspect on the streets or some hideouts, they can inform the police at 911 immediately.
Saugus High School has 2400 students, and the shooting happened just 20 minutes before the school started. Nearby other schools are shut down for taking precautionary measures. Also, the area has been kept on alert to find the culprit as soon as possible.