BREAKING: Texas High School on Lockdown Due to Reports of an Active Shooter
Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, TX has been put on lockdown due to reports of an active shooter on the scene.
Details on the situation are currently unclear, but preliminary indications suggest that emergency services were called at around 8:00 A.M. after the school’s fire alarm bells went off. It isn’t clear at the moment how many people, if any, have been injured.
DEVELOPING: School district on lockdown in Sante Fe, Texas due to incident at high school involving active shooter. pic.twitter.com/qZ7Gz86FiE
— ABC News (@ABC) May 18, 2018
Students are currently being evacuated from the school, and some of them have told law enforcement and media outlets that they heard gun shots.
UPDATE: 10:24 a.m. EST: School district officials have confirmed that people were injured. The situation has been contained, but remains active.
— Dan Snyder (@DanSnyderFOX25) May 18, 2018
This story is developing and we will update with more information as it becomes available.
Watch above, via ABC 15.
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