One female suspect was arrested Thursday following a
school shooting in Los Angeles, police said.
There are two 15-year-old victims, a boy and a girl,
the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
Two students were shot and a female suspect is in police custody
following an incident at a Los Angeles school on Thursday, police
The Los Angeles Fire Department said at a press conference that
the two gunshot victims were both 15 years old — a boy who was
shot in the head and has been upgraded from critical to stable
condition, and a girl in fair condition who was shot in the
Three others between the ages of 11 and 30 received abrasions
mostly due to glass, the fire department added.
Shortly after the shooting, a young woman could be seen being led
away in handcuffs by police in video footage taken by local
The reported location of the shooting was a middle school
classroom at the campus shared by Belmont High School and Sal
Castro Middle school, NBC Los Angeles
reported. The school remains on lockdown, but has been
declared safe, police said.
“We will attend to the needs of these students who
witnessed this very carefully, with the understanding that this
is traumatic,” one officer told media at a press
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