Deadly school shooting in Santa Clarita
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department just tweeted that residents in the neighborhood around Saugus High School should stay inside their homes and lock their doors.
The shooting suspect is still believed to be at large. The police said, "If you see suspect, male dark clothing," call 911.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital says it has received two patients in critical condition, and three other patients are en route to the hospital now.
Henry Mayor Newhall Hospital is in Valencia, California.
Saugus High School is in Santa Clarita, California, which is about 30 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Here's a look at where the campus is located:
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is asking all residents in the area to shelter in place.
The shooting suspect is still believed to be at large.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department just tweeted out a "reunification point" for parents.
They said it is at Central Park on Bouquet Canyon Road.
The bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives just tweeted it is also responding to the school.
The LA County Sheriffs office just tweeted that schools in the district are on lockdown.
Multiple police cars and ambulances can be seen outside Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California, right now.
This is what the scene looks like from above:
At least three victims on gurneys have been taken out of the high school, as seen on affiliate aerials.
Saugus High School and two nearby elementary schools are on lockdown, according to LA County Sheriff’s Department.