A school district in Santa Fe, Texas has initiated a lockdown and triggered a “major law enforcement response” after reports of a shooter on a high-school campus. It’s not clear whether this is still an ongoing threat or if the lockdown is cautionary.
BREAKING: Santa Fe, Texas, school district: “This morning an incident occurred at the high school involving an active shooter. The district has initiated a lockdown.”
— NBC News (@NBCNews) May 18, 2018
Remember that first details in breaking news stories are not terribly reliable and that it takes a while to get the story correct. This doesn’t sound good, however:
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office confirmed they are also sending deputies to the scene.
Life Flight was also called to the school.
According to students interviewed by KHOU, police got into a gunfight with the suspect. There are unconfirmed reports of injuries:
Some students say they were evacuated down the street to a nearby