California high school is on lockdown after at least six people are shot and police hunt ‘Asian gunman in dark clothes’

Thursday, November 14, 2019
By Paul Martin

Shooting was reported at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita at 7.45am
At least six people were injured on campus in Los Angeles County
Suspect described as Asian male in dark clothing is being sought

14 November 2019

Gunfire erupted inside a California high school Thursday morning, leaving at least six people injured.

The shooting was reported st 7.45am Pacific Time at Saugus High School on Centurion Way in Santa Clarita.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department said at least six victims were transported from the scene with gunshot wounds.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office sent out a tweet saying officers were searching to a male Asian suspect in dark clothing.

A student named Riley told KTLA5 that she was standing with friends by the library on campus when she heard four to five gunshots and started running.

The high school and other schools in the surrounding area, including Rosedell and Highland elementary schools, were placed on lockdown.

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