Police responding to shooting at New Mexico high school

Police responding to shooting at New Mexico high school

Three people were killed when gunfire erupted early Thursday at a New Mexico high school, according to media reports.

San Juan County Sheriffs confirm other schools in the area are on lockdown. No injuries had been confirmed, but police were asking people to avoid the area. Parents can stage at 516 and Mesa Verde near the church to pick up their kids.

Police said the suspected shooter was "down" and did not give the conditions of the two victims in a press conference this morning. Both Bloomfield and Farmington High Schools are on lockdown. "Your students' safety is our primary concern", the statement said.

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The police department in nearby Bloomfield locked down school buildings as a precaution, according to the department's Facebook page.

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