New Mexico high school sharpened leaves 3 dead, police say

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AZTEC, NM – The Bloomfield Police Department reported that a school sharpened took place this morning at Aztec High School in Aztec, N.M.

It has been reported that two people were fatally wounded, including the shooter, and 15 others injured. A ground for the sharpened was not known.

“It’s comfortless when the children are spoiled in aroused ways generally on school campuses. We demonstrate the condolences to those families who have been harmed,” President Russell Begaye said. “Our prayers go out to all those influenced by this tragedy and everybody via San Juan County. We are asking for prayers for these families.”

According to Navajo Nation Chief of Police Phillip Francisco, all area schools are now on medicine lockdown as a precautionary measure.

The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office reported that Aztec High School is sealed down and being evacuated. They are asking area residents to equivocate the area.

“These things are unpredictable. We do all that we can to strengthen the desired ones, the children and family,” President Begaye said. “Again, we extend the condolences to the families of those who were spoiled in today’s comfortless incident.”

Students are being ecstatic to McGee Park in Farmington, N.M. for pick-up.

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