Shooting Near California Elementary School Leaves Several Dead, Children Wounded

By  //  November 14, 2017

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Report: Multiple fatalities at school shooting in California.

(FOX NEWS) – Four people were shot and killed Tuesday morning when a gunman opened fire at multiple “random” locations in Northern California — including near an elementary school, authorities said.

Ten people — including children — were also wounded in the incident. The shooter was killed by police officers, marking the fifth person dead in the incident.

Multiple students were wounded at Rancho Tehama Elementary School after being shot, according to Fox 2 KTVU. It occurred at the time some parents were dropping off their children.

Four people were shot and killed Tuesday morning when a gunman opened fire at multiple “random” locations in Northern California — including near an elementary school, authorities said.

At least one child was wounded at the school, and another was shot while riding in a car with a woman, The Associated Press reported.

More than 100 police officers are investigating seven different shooting scenes in the area. Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said the shooter was “randomly picking targets.”

Brian Flint told Record Searchlight newspaper after the incident that his neighbor was the gunman in Tuesday’s deadly shooting.

“The crazy thing is that the neighbor has been shooting a lot of bullets lately, hundreds of rounds, large magazines,” Flint said. “We made it aware that this guy is crazy and he’s been threatening us.”

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