Multiple shootings kill 3, wound multiple students at school

Violet Powell
November 15, 2017

Five people have been killed and at least seven children and adults have been injured after a series of shootings at multiple locations, including a primary school, in Northern California.

Several children have been transported to the hospital. "It was right about 8 a.m. we had multiple shots fired in Rancho Tehama", Johnston said.

A neighbor of the shooter spoke with the media and said that the suspect was acting "crazy", and that the suspect threatened him and his roommate before stealing his truck.

"We offer our condolences to the families who lost loved ones and unite with all Californians in grief", Brown said. About 100 students attend the school, which is the scene of one of the shootings that took place, according to an official.

"I know that we have (airlifted) a number of students", Johnston told reporters. The child had two gunshot wounds, according to emergency scanner traffic. The gunman was reportedly shot by police. The first calls described a shooting on Bobcat Lane; calls from multiple other sites soon came in, including the elementary school.

He heard there were people injured, but those were unconfirmed reports. The school remains on lockdown.

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Crime tape blocks off Rancho Tehama Road leading into the Rancho Tehama subdivision south of Red Bluff, Calif., following a fatal shooting Tuesday.

Students at Rancho Tehama Elementary are being evacuated to the Rancho Tehama Recreation Hall.

"It's a very sad day for us here in Tehama County", he told Action News Now, tearing up.

A representative for the Tehama County Sheriff's Office could not immediately be reached for comment.

The roommates lived close to the gunman, and he said that the gunman was firing off rounds. Says his neighbor was the gunman.

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