Three Dead in New Mexico High School Shooting

An active shooter at a New Mexico school today has left three people dead and at least 15 injured.
Sheriff Ken Christesen said the three are believed to be students and the shooter is reportedly “down.”
Christesen tells the “Albuquerque Journal” deputies are still working the scene.
Police were called to the school near Farmington in northwest New Mexico around 9 a.m. local.
Other schools in the area, including Bloomfield and Farmington highs, were also put on lockdown.
Christesen did not say if one the dead included the shooter, but the shooter is dead.



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