Three individuals, including a shooter, died after a Tuesday shooting at a school in California.
One witness reported that two kids were shot and another witness reported hearing up to 100 shots fired near Rancho Tehama Elementary School near Corning, Calif., reported WJLA.
Coy Ferreira was dropping his daughter off for kindergarten when he heard a gunshot and a school secretary told the children that someone was shooting at the school and ordered them to enter classrooms.
Ferreira reported that one student was shot in the chest and foot when bullets entered a classroom window. Another child was shot under the arm. Both students remained conscious. The parent reported the presence of two gunmen, one of whom he saw and identified as a man in his 30s-40s wearing green camouflage apparel.
ABC7 reported that the attack claimed three lives, one of which belonged to a shooter.
Tiffany Rodgers, another witness, reported hearing 90 to 100 shots fired and saw a Honda drive by with windows shattered. ABC7 covered the shooting in the video below.
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