Active shooter reported at New Mexico high school


Lt. Kyle Lincoln from the San Juan County Sheriff Department told KRQE News 13 that police are still searching the school.

Bloomfield police posted to their Facebook page that they were aware of an active shooter at the school.

It wasn't immediately clear if the shooting happened inside the school, who was suspected of firing the shots and what condition the wounded were in.

The sheriff's office urged people to avoid the area and confirmed the school was evacauted. All students faculty and staff are accounted for.

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One of them, physical security chief Jeff Jones, later told others he would have left anyway, sources told Reuters . However, according to Reuters , it was one lone wolf - and a young U.S. citizen at that - who was responsible.

The scene of Thursday's shooting in New Mexico.


"Aztec High School is locked down and being evacuated". All area schools are on lockdown.

This is a developing story.

Our sister station, KRQE is sending a crew and will provide updates as they become available.