At Least 6 People Wounded In Shooting At School In Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — At least six individuals have been wounded in a taking pictures at a faculty in Oakland on Wednesday, officers mentioned.

The scene of the taking pictures was “no longer active,” based on Alameda County Sheriff spokesperson Lt. Ray Kelly. Paramedics had transported six sufferers to hospitals, all with gunshot wounds, based on Oakland Fire Department spokesperson Michael Hunt.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf tweeted that all the wounded have been adults and the taking pictures occurred at Sojourner Truth Independent Study, an alternate Ok-12 faculty that’s situated on the identical block as three different faculties.

Officials didn’t say if any of the victims could be college students age 18 or older.

Three of the wounded have been in important situation at Highland Hospital in Oakland, the opposite three have been taken to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley and their situations weren’t identified, officers mentioned.

John Sasaki, a spokesperson for Oakland Unified School District, mentioned in an announcement that district officers (*6*) He mentioned the Sojourner Truth Independent Study headquarters has no college students.

Television footage confirmed dozens of police automobiles and yellow tape on the road outdoors the faculties and college students leaving the campus.

City Council Member Treva Reid mentioned investigators instructed her the taking pictures could also be tied to rising “group and gang violence.”

Oakland Police Capt. Casey Johnson confirmed in a short information convention that six individuals have been shot, and didn’t answer any questions.

City Council Member Loren Taylor, who was outdoors the varsity, declined to verify any particulars concerning the incident, telling KTVU-TV, “Guns were on our school campuses where our babies were supposed to be protected.”

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