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At Least 3 Dead In New Mexico High School Shooting

08 December 2017

At least three people were killed and several wounded after a gunman opened fire inside a high school in New Mexico, US on Thursday.

As the noise got louder and closer, school officials issued a warning over the loud speaker.

There were no other injuries reported, state police said.

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State and federal authorities are investigating what led to the shooting.

At this time deputies and Lt. Kyle Lincoln from the San Juan County Sheriff Department are clearing the building and actively searching the school.

Arrangements have been made for parents to pick up students at a nearby location.

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Christesen said the shooter also died, but it is unknown whether the suspect was among the three confirmed deaths. Aztec is located in northwest New Mexico.

Aztec is a rural community of 6,500 people in the heart of northwestern New Mexico's oil and gas country and near the Navajo Nation. The Sheriff's Office wrote on Facebook that the school was put on lockdown and the students evacuated. Other schools in the area were also locked down, and authorities were setting up staging areas where parents could gather and wait for more information.

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At Least 3 Dead In New Mexico High School Shooting