New Mexico governor calls shooting heinous act

New Mexico governor calls shooting heinous act

New Mexico governor calls shooting heinous act

Students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors, as a suspect opened fire Thursday inside a New Mexico high school, killing two classmates before ending up dead.

Authorities are now clearing the school "room by room", the Daily Times reported. Officials say parents will be reunited with their children at McGee Park in nearby Farmington, New Mexico.

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

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Authorities are responding to a shooting at a high school in northwest New Mexico. It was also unclear from the report whether the three were injured or killed.

Authorities say the school was placed on lockdown and evacuated.

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The sheriff's office urged people to avoid the area and confirmed the school was evacauted.

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