Five people died in a shooting spree on Tuesday that ended at a school in a remote area of rural Northern California and some children were among the wounded, according to officials and local media.
Investigators have recovered a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns. "I don't believe it because I wake up, take my kids, feed them cereal and put them in the truck and says 'Let's go to school like a normal day'".
All other student were transported to a safe location following the shooting.
A helicopter medical crew reported they were transporting a 6-year-old victim to Mercy Medical Center in Redding.
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About 100 law enforcement officials responded to "multiple scenes, I can think of at least five scenes", after the shooting, he said. Johnston said the school had been cleared by 10 a.m. but he did not have any information about the victims there. Students also were shot and wounded at an elementary school.
Students at Rancho Tehama Elementary are being evacuated to the Rancho Tehama Recreation Hall. The shooter was also killed by police.
The alleged shooter often fired multiple rounds during the early morning hours, and Flint said living near him was "hell". "This guy has been insane, and he's been threatening us and everything".
It's unclear who Flint had informed of the suspect's earlier actions. The first calls described a shooting on Bobcat Lane; calls from multiple other sites soon came in, including the elementary school.
Gov. Jerry Brown issued a statement offering condolences to families who lost loved ones in "today's violence in Tehama County, which shockingly involved schoolchildren".