Report: At least 5 dead after shooting at Northern California elementary school

Report: At least 5 dead after shooting at Northern California elementary school
Officials said multiple people are dead and two students were injured after an "active shooter situation" took place at an elementary school in Northern California. (Image source: Twitter video screenshot)

Multiple people are dead after an “active shooter situation” that took place at an elementary school in Northern California, according to KABC-TV.

What happened?

KHSL-TV reported that investigators said the shooting started at one location in Rancho Tehama and then eventually moved to Tehama Elementary School. Officials said there were “at least five” shooting scenes, according to KABC.

At least five people — including the gunman — were killed, according to the Los Angeles Times.

KHSL reported the school has been cleared and the students were taken to a safe location.

A Tehama County official told KHSL that the shooter was killed by “law enforcement bullets.”

“We have had an active shooter incident at Rancho Tehama Elementary this morning,” Corning Union Elementary School District wrote on its website. “There are confirmed injuries. We are cooperating with law enforcement during this investigation but do not have specific details at this time.”

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