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Crime Saugus High shooting: Coroner identifies 1 of 2 teens killed by classmate in Santa Clarita

20:45  15 november  2019
20:45  15 november  2019 Source:   abc7.com

Santa Clarita students made an active shooter video. Two months later, they took shelter in fear

  Santa Clarita students made an active shooter video. Two months later, they took shelter in fear A shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita Thursday morning is raising questions about school security measures.“We were just preparing for the worst, but we never thought anything would occur in a suburb like Santa Clarita. It’s such a lovely place,” Mims told USA TODAY in a phone interview.

Authorities released the name of one of the two students who were shot and killed by a classmate at Saugus High School in an incident that left several others injured.

Authorities released the name of one of the two students who were shot and killed by a classmate at Saugus High School in an incident that left several others injured.

Authorities on Friday released the name of one of the two students who were shot and killed by a classmate at Saugus High School in an incident that left several others injured.

Gracie Anne Muehlberger, 15, was identified by the Los Angeles County coroner's office.

The name of the 14-year-old boy who was killed in the Thursday morning shooting has not been disclosed.

MORE: Victims wounded in Saugus High shooting 'held their composure'

Santa Clarita shooting: What we know about the Saugus High School suspected gunman, victims

  Santa Clarita shooting: What we know about the Saugus High School suspected gunman, victims Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, near Los Angeles, will remain closed Friday as authorities continue their investigation of a deadly shooting.The suspect shot himself in the head with his last bullet during the 16-second attack on Thursday morning, said Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, and was in "grave" condition, according to law enforcement officials.

Two teenagers are killed by a gun suspect on his 16th birthday who then shots himself in the head. The victims died in a brief, 16-second gun attack shortly before classes began on Thursday at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita , north of Los Angeles.

Authorities released the names of the two victims in the California school shooting who were killed by a classmate at Saugus High School in an incident that - A 16-year-old boy pulled a semi-automatic handgun from his backpack at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita on Thursday, fatally wounding

The deadly shooting Thursday at Saugus High School has left the Santa Clarita community rocked to its core while investigators search for a motive.


Meanwhile, the three surviving victims who were wounded -- two girls, ages 14 and 15 and a boy, 14 -- continued to recover.

The boy was released from Henry Mayo Hospital. The girls were in stable condition, according to officials who praised their stoicism amid the tragedy.

The 16-year-old gunman, who turned the semi-automatic handgun on himself, was listed in grave condition, authorities said.

DEVELOPING: More details will be added to this report as they become available.

Santa Clarita shooting: Weapon used in Saugus High attack a 'ghost gun,' sheriff says .
The gun used in last week's shooting at Saugus High School was assembled from parts, a so-called ghost gun without a registration number, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva confirmed Thursday. Sheriff's homicide detectives are trying to determine who built the .45-caliber handgun, a 1911-model pistol. The weapon included a partially built receiver, meaning it did not contain a serial number.Police and witnesses say 16-year-old Nathan Berhow came to school the morning of Nov. 14, removed the handgun from his backpack and opened fire in the Santa Clarita high school quad.

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