TAFT, Calif.— Gunfire erupted on Thursday at a California high school in inland Kern County, a sheriff's department dispatcher said, and media reports indicated two people had been shot and the assailant arrested.
The dispatcher confirmed the shooting at Taft Union High School but gave no other details.
A California ABC affiliate reported that sheriff's deputies were going room-by-room to secure the school and that two people had been shot, but had no immediate word on their condition. It said the shooter had been apprehended by police.
The station, 23ABC News, reported that some people had called the station from inside the school, where they were hiding in closets.