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California Santa Clarita Shooting. What You Have To Know

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California Santa Clarita Shooting. What You Have To Know
California Santa Clarita Shooting. What You Have To Know

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Video: Police Searching For Suspect In Santa Clarita, California, High School Shooting | NBC News 2023, February

A shooting that occurred earlier this Thursday at a school in Santa Clarita, California, has left two students dead: a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy, as well as multiple injuries. A 15-year-old student was arrested as the prime suspect.

Here is a brief synopsis of the facts:

1- Towards 7:30 am a shooting begins at the Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, located at 21900 Centurion Way. School authorities report the events to the Los Angeles police around 7:45 am. The school campus was immediately closed to search for suspects. At around 9:00 am, multiple SWAT team vehicles and multiple police vehicles can be seen parked outside the building.

2.- They arise from the first reports of multiple wounded inside the school institution while the search for those responsible continues. First reports emerge of a student of Asian origin dressed in black clothes and armed circulating around the school.

Videos of distressed students and parents showed the impact of the tragedy:

Paramedics evicting one of Suagus High's wounded this morning:

Saugus High School Shooting
Saugus High School Shooting

3.- Two seriously injured male students are reported to be immediately transferred to be treated at the Henry Mayo Hospital. A female student dies. A fourth student is admitted urgently and is reported in stable condition. Students leaving the building indicated that five shots had been heard, first one and then a flurry of four.

4.- At around 9:40 am the Los Angeles police confirm that the main suspect, only 15 years old, has been apprehended. In a tweet, Alex Villanueva, sheriff of the city confirms the news and reports that the detainee has also been admitted to the hospital for medical treatment. Villanueva had previously stated to the local KTLA-5 station that the detainee had been identified as one of the school's students, without identifying him by name.

5.- At 12:58 pm, the Union School District lifted the imposed closure on all its campuses, according to what was said in the official Twitter account. At approximately the same time, Sheriff Villanueva asked parents to meet their children at Central Park 27150 Bouquet Canyon Rd., Santa Clarita. "If your student hasn't come out yet, please be patient," he urged. The departure of the students has been further hindered because according to the official Twitter account of Tim Murakami, LAPD deputy mayor, it was necessary to “interview each of the Saugus HS students before being released to their parents ", As reported. "We need to conduct a thorough investigation. We apologize for the delay.”

6.- Around 12:00 pm it was confirmed that a second victim, the 14-year-old boy, had died in a local hospital. Two students remain hospitalized in Holy Cross Providence hospital in stable condition, spokeswoman Patricia Aidem confirms to KTLA-5.

Tragically this shooting coincides with the reopening of this Thursday the Walmart Cielo Vista store in El Paso, Texas, where 22 people were killed by a gunman. The store had opened its doors with a ceremony that started at 8:45 am and was celebrated with dozens of Walmart employees and community residents who applauded the opening in which the general manager raised the flag at half-staff.

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