A shooting involving multiple scenes in northern California left at least five people dead, including the shooter.
The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office said the incident started at a home and moved to Rancho Tehama Elementary School around 8:00 local time Tuesday morning. Rancho Tehama is about 130 miles north of the state capital of Sacramento.
Law enforcement said the shooter, who has not been identified, was shot and killed by police.
According to the sheriff, the gunman attempted to enter more rooms at the elementary school with the intent of shooting more children but due to the lockdown was not able to harm additional people.
A Corning Unified School district employee confirmed there were injuries at the school.
“Multiple students” were airlifted from the scene according to Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston. Johnston told local media that…