At least two people are dead and several others are injured after a shooting at an elementary school in San Bernardino, Calif. North Park Elementary School is on lockdown after the incident, which occurred at around 10:30 a.m. local time.
Shooting in a San Bernardino classroom
Media reports suggest that at least four people were shot in the incident, and police believe it to be a murder-suicide and are calling it a domestic dispute. According to KTLA-TV, two adults were killed in the shooting, and two students are now in the hospital. The condition of the two students who are hospitalized was not released to local media.
KTLA reports that the shooter entered North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino this morning, walked to one of the classrooms in the school, and then opened fire. School administrators say that one of the victims is a teacher. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan tweeted that the suspect in the shooting was down.
Other schools on lockdown as a precaution
Two other schools in San Bernardino, Hillside Elementary and Cajon High School, are also on lockdown, although it is just a precaution as they were not involved in the incident. Students at California State University in San Bernardino were also advised to shelter in place after the initial report of an active shooter at North Park, as the elementary school is only blocks away from the college campus.