CALIFORNIA: Four people were killed in a shooting at a grade school in Northern California on Tuesday and the shooter was killed by law authorization, Sacramento TV channel KCRA revealed.
Various students were carried because of the shooting at Rancho Tehama School close to the group of Corning, the station revealed, refering to a sheriff’s legitimate. Observers close to the school said they heard up to 100 shots being fired after a truck drove through the school’s door, as indicated by The Mirror. Police said the shooting binge started at a home before proceeding onward to a school, where there were “different” casualties. A six-year-old young girl was apparently among the harmed. The school was secured until the point that it was cleared by police.