Students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors, as a suspect opened fire Thursday inside a New Mexico high school, killing two classmates before ending up dead.
According to another news outlet citing Aztec Police Chief Mike Heal, two people plus the shooter were shot, but did not specify whether the two people shot were students or adults.
All schools in town closed for the day, but authorities said there were no other credible threats to students at the high school or other schools in the neighbouring communities of Bloomfield or Farmington.
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Authorities say three people are dead following a shooting at a New Mexico high school.
Two of the dead are believed to be students and more than a dozen were injured, KOAT-TV reported.
The New Mexico State Police were taking over the investigation.
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Authorities are responding to a shooting at a high school in northwest New Mexico. Nearby schools in the area have also been put on a preventative lockdown, AP reported.
Deputies with the San Juan County Sheriff's Office told reporters that a suspect was in custody but they did not release any other information.
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