BREAKING: Mass Shooting At High School Hits 7 Victims


An active shooter has been reported after a high school came under attack Thursday morning in Santa Clarita, California. The incident occurred at Saugus High on 21900 Centurion Way, and so far, reports indicate that at least seven people have been taken to area hospitals Some in critical condition.

At around 7:30am, police received a call of shots fired from inside the school. According to KTLA reports:

The Los Angeles County Fire Department earlier reported there were six to seven victims, telling KTLA it was unclear if they had all be shot.

At least three of the victims were treated on the campus, Sky5 video showed. Paramedics could be seen performing CPR on one of the victims.

All campuses in the William S. Hart Union High School District have been placed on lockdown amid the search for the gunman.

A report from ABC 7 states that:

One of the victims was struck in the stomach.

In a tweet, Henry Mayo Hospital said it had received two patients in critical condition and three other victims were being transported to the medical center.

The report continues:

The gunman remained at large and a manhunt was underway. A detailed description of the male shooter was not available, sheriff’s officials said, adding that he was last seen wearing black clothing.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva told ABC7 that the suspect was a student at Saugus High School.

UPDATE as of 9:29 Pacific Time:

The suspect has been apprehended and his no longer a threat.