Los Angeles police responded to shootings in middle schools and kindergartens; are injured. World

Los Angeles police responded to shootings in middle schools and kindergartens;  are injured.  World

At least one person was injured in a shooting at a Los Angeles high school America, informed the local police on Thursday (2).

Soon after, a second victim was shot at a nearby kindergarten. The police recommended that the area be avoided.

“Los Angeles School Patrol shoots a victim in the perimeter,” the institution said in a statement. “Police and firefighters are on the spot. Santi College has been closed. Avoid the area.”

The second post says, “Los Angeles School Patrol is responding to the case of an additional shooting victim within the confines of Maple Primary Center located at Maple Avenue and 36th Street. Please stay away from the area.” .

California police said they were looking for a man suspected of shooting who fled the scene on a bicycle.

According to the police, the first person to be shot is Santi’s student, who was sent to the hospital and his health is stable. The condition of the other victim admitted to the hospital is also not known yet.

It is the third incident of its kind in US high schools in less than a week after students have returned to face-to-face classes after the pandemic. COVID-19.

on Wednesday (1st) Student dies after being shot in high school in the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

In the same state, another shooting One injured student released on Monday (30). In the fight, a 15-year-old student shot a classmate.

The report is being updated.

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