New Mexico high school on lockdown following shooting

Three people, believed to be students, are passed following a sharpened at a high school in New Mexico.

San Juan County Sheriff Ken Christesen did not contend if the shooter was one of the passed at Aztec High School, according to the Albuquerque Journal

The school stays on lockdown and was evacuated following the shooting, authorities said.

Bloomfield and Farmington high schools in the area were also on lockdown as a precaution, but those lockdowns were after lifted.

The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office is revelation residents to stay transparent of the area.

The school is located in the Four Corners segment and is nearby the Navajo Nation. The state police and FBI are conducting the review into the shooting.

Sen. Martin Heinrich pronounced on Twitter that he was following reports on the conditions and “sending my thoughts to the village and all influenced in New Mexico today.”

This is a breaking news story. Check back for some-more developments.


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