BREAKING: North Park Elementary School Shooting In San Bernadino

San Bernadino, CA - At least four gunshot victims have been located after a shooter walked into North Park Elementary School in San Bernadino and opened fire on Monday.

Preliminary information is that the shooting took place in a classroom and the shooter is down at this time, according to KTLA 5.

San Bernadino, CA - At least four gunshot victims have been located after a shooter walked into North Park Elementary School in San Bernadino and opened fire on Monday.

Preliminary information is that the shooting took place in a classroom and the shooter is down at this time, according to KTLA 5.

San Bernardino Police Department Chief Jarrod Burguan later tweeted:

"We believe this to be a murder suicide. Happened in a class room. Two students have been transported to the hospital."

The students transported to the hospital are presumed to be injured. It's has not been released at this time how many are deceased.

The school is being evacuated and the students are being moved to Cajon High School.

Cal State University San Bernardino students were asked to shelter in place.

UPDATE: A teacher and suspect are believed to be dead, although law enforcement would not confirm that information. San Bernardino City Unified School District spokeswoman Maria Garcia said that a teacher was killed and authorities said that the suspect is dead.

Two students have been airlifted to the local trauma center.

The shooting occurred at 10:28 AM. The school is a closed campus during the day, and the only way in should have been through the front office. It has not been released at this time how the gunman gained entry.

There were no security personnel or police officers assigned to the school.

Our thought and prayers are with the injured children and the families of the victims.

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