A Texas high school was placed on lockdown early Friday morning over reports of an active shooter on campus, reports Fox News.
The incident took place at Santa Fe High School shortly before 8:00am, when students began reporting “shots fired” to local police.
The Sante Fe Independent School District posted a statement on their official Facebook page, saying “SFISD District Response to SFHS Active Shooter. This morning an incident occurred at the high school involving an active shooter. The district has initiated a lockdown at the high school. We will send out additional information as soon as it is available.”
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Eyewitnesses on the scene say they witnessed one female student injured in the shooting.
More information as it becomes available.