At least two people were killed and two more were injured on Monday morning after a gunman opened fire at a San Bernardino elementary school.
Daily Mail reported that a gunman opened fire after entering one of the classrooms at North Park Elementary School, injuring a teacher and two students. The gunman has been listed among the injured as well, and none of their conditions are known at this time. Moments ago, it was revealed that two of the victims are deceased, but it is not known which two they are.
“We have a shooter down and three victims. One of them is a teacher, the other two are unknown, and their condition is unknown,” said San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan, adding that the situation appears to have been an attempted murder suicide.
“We believe the situation is contained,” said Maria Garcia, a spokeswoman for San Bernardino City Unified.
SAN BERNARDINO: #SBCoFD on scene mult GSW victims at North Park School. Triage and victim count taking place. ^eas
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We will update you further as this story develops.