Washington state high school shooting leaves two students injured

Washington state high school shooting leaves two students injured

Washington state high school shooting leaves two students injured

One of the victims was found in a parking lot near the school football field, and the second victim found in a locker room, the Times reported.

There was no immediate word on the students' conditions, but both were sent to local hospitals.

Police report that the shooting didn't happen on the school grounds but that the victims ran onto the school campus after being shot.

Troyer said they believe the two victims were students of the high school, but the shooters were not.

Police are responding to reports that two students were shot at Graham-Kapowsin High School in Washington.

The suspects reportedly fled in a green vehicle, perhaps a Chevrolet Impala, sheriff's officials told the Seattle Times.

Deputies are now sweeping the school grounds, although the department says there are no indications that the shooters are on campus.

Troyer said that officers are investigating a motive for the shooting, and that it may have been gang-related. "All remaining students on campus are secured with deputies, considered safe as security sweep is ongoing", one tweet read.

Two students have reportedly been shot.

Graham-Kapowsin is part of the Bethel School District.

The outside view of Graham-Kapowsin High School in Washington.

High school students will be reunited with their parents at the Frontier Junior High School gymnasium, 22110 108th Ave.

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