GUIDELINES: One shotgun wounded in California High School
- The Ridgeway High School in Santa Clara, 50 miles north of San Francisco, was concluded on Tuesday
- The shooter is yet to be identified [19659and3] ] One man injured – unidentified male victim who is in hospital
- It remains unclear whether the shooter is a high school student
One person was injured in a reported shooting at a high school near San Francisco.
Little information is available at this time, but police say the shooting occurred at Ridgway High School in the Santa Rosa suburb, 50 miles north of San Francisco.
The shooter is yet to be arrested, but police say he is no longer a threat.
“This morning we had a shooting at the campus of Ridgeway High School. We currently have an exceptional suspect. We have one victim. At the moment, this does not appear to be an active shooting, "Officer Santa Rosa. Gloekner's summer said shortly after the incident.
The high school is locked together with the other two adjacent to it.
The armed SWAT teams are on the scene.
A male victim is being treated at the hospital for a reported stomach wound, although it is unclear what his condition is, according to a Democrat.
The incident began at about 9.10 on Tuesday.
There are unconfirmed reports that the shooter was carrying a backpack.
It remains unclear whether they are a student at school.