Shooter among dead in New Mexico school shooting

Police say the families of the two victims in an attack at the Aztec High School

Police are responding to reports of an active shooter at Aztec High School in New Mexico.

Two students were killed in the shooting and the shooter is dead as well, according to KRQE News. 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.

There were no other injuries reported, state police said.

Families of the shooting victims have already been notified, Bryce Current, an official with the San Juan Sheriff's Office told reporters.

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The Sheriff's Office wrote on Facebook that the school was put on lockdown and the students evacuated.

Aztec High School is a public high school in Aztec, New Mexico.

Aztec High School is in the Four Corners region and is near the Navajo Nation, an expansive native American territory. Other schools in the area were also locked down, and authorities were setting up staging areas where parents could gather and wait for more information.

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