Shooting reported at high school in New Mexico

Shooting reported at high school in New Mexico

Shooting reported at high school in New Mexico

Police are responding to reports of a shooting at Aztec High School in New Mexico.

Two students were killed in the shooting and the shooter is dead as well, according to KRQE News. Authorities say it could be a few hours before the lockdowns are lifted.

The Albuquerque Journal reported that the victims are believed to be students.

This story will be updated as more information about the shooting becomes available.

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The Bloomfield Police Department is asking parents to stay away from the school until further notice.

Aztec is a rural community of 6,500 people in the heart of northwestern New Mexico's oil and gas country and near the Navajo Nation. Officials say parents will be reunited with their children at McGee Park in nearby Farmington, New Mexico. It was also unclear from the report whether the three were injured or killed. Authorities said the school building was evacuated and the students were escorted to a safe location.

"We all know each other in San Juan County", she added.

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