Four shot at California elementary school in US

Posted April 11, 2017

Unbeknown to front office administration officials, Anderson had entered the school with a concealed handgun.

Burguan said that at the time of the shooting there were 15 students from grades one through four in the special needs classroom, along with two adult aides. One student standing behind Karen Smith died and another was injured.

Responding police found both Smith and her husband dead in the classroom. Student Jonathan Martinez, 8, was airlifted to Loma Linda Medical Center after the shooting where he later died from his injuries, police said.

According to an NBC Los Angeles, a North Park Elementary School teacher and student are dead, along with the suspected gunman. Officers do not believe the children were targeted by the shooter.

Authorities said one of those killed was a teacher and the other was the suspected shooter who opened fire in a classroom at North Park School. Many said their children were too young to have cellphones.

Police killed them in a shootout after a vehicle chase.

'The entire incident is limited to a single classroom.

The San Bernardino County Fire Department said in a Twitter post that there were "multiple gunshot victims" from the incident.

Following the shooting, police told of searching Cedric Anderson's house, Monday afternoon.

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"Policemen were everywhere and ambulances, firetrucks, helicopters", she said of the scene she saw.

The shooting comes as San Bernardino has seen a major increase in violence. He later called her his 'angel'. She keeps telling me 'My teacher got shot, my friend got shot, ' " Barajas said as she clutched her daughter's blood-stained sweatshirt. "Well, it makes a happy marriage".

The Disaster Distress Helpline 800-985-5990 provides immediate crisis counseling to people affected by the shooting in San Bernardino.

"He was crying. He's scared", she said. Many were holding hands as they were led across a grassy field and a playground.

Officers have evacuated all the children from North Park Elementary, who were reunited with their parents at other, nearby schools.

Students were sent to Cajon High School to be reunited with their parents.

"School campuses are sacred spaces where children should be free to learn, play and grow without threat of violence", Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement.

North Park Elementary was on lockdown, and Hillside Elementary School and Cajon High School were placed on precautionary lockdown. Welcome to a fearless new America....