Four dead, ten injured in California school shooting

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Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are seen behind yellow crime scene tape outside Rancho Tehama Elementary School after a shooting in the morning on November 14, 2017, in Rancho Tehama, California Four people were killed and almost a dozen were wounded, including several children, when a gunman went on a rampage at multiple locations, including a school in rural northern California.

Crime tape blocks off Rancho Tehama Road leading into the Rancho Tehama subdivision south of Red Bluff, Calif., following a fatal shooting Tuesday.

"They went on an immediate lockdown", the sheriff said during a press conference.

A shooter opened fire around 8 AM local time at a home in Rancho Tehama, north of Sacramento, before wounding at least three students at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School.

Johnston told reporters that three weapons - a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns - had been recovered from the scene.

"It appears he couldn't make access to the room and he gave up and reentered the vehicle".

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A witness named Tiffany, who operates Coffee Addiction Coffee Shop near the school, told KRCR News Channel 7 she heard 90-100 shots fired. A second child and a female adult were shot in a truck, authorities said.

Authorities have said they don't know of any connection between the school and the shooter.

"It was very clear at the onset that we had an individual that was randomly picking targets", Johnston said. The suspected shooter, who was not immediately identified, was killed by officers.

Flint says he had been shooting "hundreds of rounds" from large magazines. There are just four teachers on staff; each teaches at least two grades, according to the school newsletter.

Gov. Jerry Brown issued a statement offering condolences to families who lost loved ones in "today's violence in Tehama County, which shockingly involved schoolchildren".

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