Five people died in shooting at California school, injured the child
At least five people were killed and two children were injured in a firing near an early school in North California.
According to the local newspaper record search, the shooting occurred in the southwest of Tropical Storm, about 200 km north of Sacramento.
A deputy told the paper that the shooter is in the dead.
According to Sacramento Bee, the authorities are investigating at least five shooting scenes.
Tamma County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said a child was shot dead in a school and another shot was shot on a woman with a woman in a snack truck. Johnneston said the shooter was “randomly selected goals”.
He said there are seven shooting scenes and can be more victims.
The Tamma County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston has told a TV station in Chico City that officers are investigating at least five criminal scenes around the school in the Ranchowo movement reserve around 130 miles north of Sicermento.
Johnneston said “It was around 8:00. We got fired in the tomato tomato.”
“He prepared more than one victims and multiple shots in the early school, in the early school. I am told that suspicious shooter is slapped by law enforcement tablets, which I have said.”
Jennifer Questz, an administrative assistant with Corning Union Elementary School District, said that no school was killed in Kindergarten, but in this a “number” of students shot and injured.
Junkeston said the school has been cleared from 10 o’clock but did not have any information about the victims there.
Miriam Miracle, spokesperson of the Rahimi Medical Center, said three people were being treated in the hospital in the reading. He refused to provide details about the victims or their injuries.