American News Nov 14, 2019 11:40 AM EST

At least seven victims in shooting at Los Angeles high school

The Los Angeles fire department and police have responded to a shooting at a high school.

At least seven victims in shooting at Los Angeles high school
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Los Angeles County fire department and police have responded to a shooting at Saugus High School, approximately 40 miles north of Los Angeles.

Police say there are seven confirmed victims, with three being in critical condition. Authorities are searching for a male Asian suspect in black clothing.

Details surrounding the victims’ conditions are not immediately known. Some victims are students, according to NBC Los Angeles.

Details about the shooting and shooter were not immediately available. No arrests have been officially reported as of yet.

A video shows aerial footage of students exiting the school with hands raised, being led out by police.

Saugus High School’s enrolment is approximately 2,300 students. At least two ambulances have left the campus with victims being taken to hospital.

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