Multiple injured after California high school shooting

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SANTA CLARITA, Calif.: At least one female victim was killed and several others were injured after a shooter opened fire at a high school in Santa Clarita, California, a city north of Los Angeles, officials said.
The shooting took place shortly before 8 a.m. at the 2,500-student school about 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles.
“There are multiple victims injured in this shooting at Saugus High School,” the city of Santa Clarita tweeted.
“This is still a very active situation. Reports of approximately 5 victims being treated. Parents, deputies are on scene everywhere protecting your children,” the Santa Clarita Valley branch of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office tweeted. No details were immediately available on their condition.
Saugus High School and all schools in the William S. Hart district were placed on lockdown while authorities flooded the area.
“Several injured. LASD resources on site and searching for suspect,” Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Undersheriff Tim Murakami said in a post on Twitter. “Will be locking down area schools. Advise residents to shelter in place and report any suspicious activity.”
A suspect described as a male Asian in black clothing was still at large, the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff said on Twitter.
The suspect was taken into custody and is in the hospital, authorities said.

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