One Person Injured in California High School Shooting – Reports

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
By Paul Martin

Ridgeway High School in Santa Clara, California, 80 kilometres (50 miles) north of San Francisco, has been locked down after reports of an active shooting, the Daily Mail reported.

One person has reportedly been injured in the shooting at the high school, police said, as quoted by the Daily Mail.

“We had a shooting on the campus of Ridgway High School this morning. Right now we have an outstanding suspect. We have one victim. It doesn’t appear to be an active shooter situation at this time”, Santa Rosa police Sgt. Summer Gloeckner said.
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— Santa Rosa Police (@SantaRosaPolice) October 22, 2019
Several schools in the area are on lockdown. Reports say that multiple armed SWAT teams have arrived at the scene. Police are searching for the suspect after the incident.

— Amy Lieberfarb (@amylieberfarb) October 22, 2019
Social media users have started to share videos from on the ground.

Active scene in #SantaRosa following shooting at Ridgway High. One male victim shot, police still looking for a suspect. Schools in area on lockdown. We’re on scene. I’ll provide updates as they come in @nbcbayarea

— Pete Suratos (@PeteSuratosTV) October 22, 2019
The incident comes a day after the US Department of Justice said in a press release that schools throughout the United States would receive $85.3 million from the US federal government in grants to fight school shootings and other violent incidents.

“By training faculty, students and first responders, and by improving school security measures, we can make schools and their communities safer”, US Attorney General William Barr said in the release.
According to the release, the money for the grants is also intended for police and other first responders who arrive at the scene of a school shooting or other violent events.

The Justice Department’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office, which has invested more than $14 billion to advance community policing since 1994, issued the safety grants, the release added.

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