Two adults were found dead in a classroom and two students are in unknown condition after a shooter walked on to the North Park Elementary School campus in San Bernardino on Monday and opened fire in what the police chief characterized as a suspected murder-suicide.
The gunman was among those who were possibly down, according to a tweet from San Bernardino Police Department Chief Jarrod Burguan. He said the preliminary information is that there were a total of four victims who were being treated.
Two students were transported to a local hospital after the shooting, which took place in a classroom, he said.
The third victim was a a teacher, according to Maria Garcia, a spokeswoman for the San Bernardino City Unified School District.
She told KTLA the situation is believed to be “contained.”
Authorities have not yet said whether the two adults who were found deceased were the teacher and the shooter, or if they were additional victims.