By Tom Knighton
It seems like not a week goes by that we don’t hear about some kind of tragedy. This week is no exception as news broke of a shooting at an elementary school in Northern California. The horrors reportedly started at home, according to KCRA:
At least four people were killed in a shooting Tuesday morning that started at a home and moved to an elementary school in Tehama County, and the shooter was also killed by law enforcement, the sheriff’s department said.
Multiple shots were fired about 8 a.m. at Rancho Tehama School on Stagecoach Road on the outskirts of Corning, northwest of Chico, Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said.
One student was shot and taken to a hospital, and a second child and a woman were also shot inside a truck, Johnston said.
So far, three people were taken by ground ambulance and a fourth was airlifted to Enloe Medical Center in Chico, hospital officials said. Three of them were children and one was an adult, KCRA’s affiliate Action News Now reported.
There’s still a lot of information we don’t have at the moment. What we do know is that a number of people have been airlifted for medical treatment, according to Sheriff Johnson.
“I know that we have (airlifted) a number of students,” the sheriff stated. “I know that the school’s been cleared. I know that we have children that were attending school in a safe location at this time.”
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that five people are dead and at least two children were wounded in the shooting.
At least five people are dead following shootings at multiple locations in Tehama County, including an elementary school where at least two children were wounded.
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