At least three killed in California school shooting

Children shot an Northern California elementary school

Three people are dead after Tuesday morning shootings in the area of Rancho Tehama School in Northern California, KCRA-TV and The Associated Press report.

He declined to release the name of the gunman but said he was "aware" of a domestic violence incident that neighbours reported.

Johnston could not say how many people in total had been killed or wounded, but told the station, "I know of at least three deaths".

Jose Garcia, who owns the La Fortuna Market, about a half-mile from the school, said he heard "a lot of shooting" near the school shortly after 8 a.m.

Shots were fired at the school and some people were injured at the campus but no students or staff members died, Corning Union Elementary School District administrative assistant Jeanine Quist said by phone. A second child and a female adult were shot in a truck, authorities said.

"Tello said that, as he left, he saw a woman lying dead in the street with her husband next to her, apparently wounded". At least one student was shot and injured at an elementary school after shootings occurred at seven separate scenes near the town of Red Bluff. Mercy Medical Center in Redding received three patients, including one who also was transferred elsewhere, said Harter, whose company, Dignity Health, runs both hospitals.

Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston stated that the shooter was "randomly picking targets". Two shooter had a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns.

NPR's Nate Rott spoke to resident Tiffany Rodgers, who knows nearly every student at the elementary school and heard the shooting from a nearby cafe. Flint said the neighbor had been shooting "hundreds of rounds" from large magazines.

In a statement, California Gov.

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