A reported shooting in northern California has left at least three people dead.
Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant at Corning Union Elementary School District-one of the locations of the shooting-said that no one was killed at the school, but several people were injured. A woman and another child were shot in a truck that was driving near the school and taken to the hospital, he added.
Schultz quoted another witness, Casey Burnett, who said the gunman was "driving around and shooting randomly from his vehicle".
At least one student was shot and injured at an elementary school after shootings occurred at seven separate scenes near the town of Red Bluff. "I know of at least three deaths".
One student at the school was shot and wounded, police said.
Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston told Action News Now that he was told the suspected shooter was killed by law enforcement officers.
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On the way, he said, he saw an apparent gunshot victim and police at another scene.
The school is now clear, and all other students have been brought to a safe location.
In a statement, California Gov.
Authorities have recovered a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns after the shootings in the rural subdivision described on its website as a "quiet private country community" where "the people are friendly and the pace is relaxed".
Brian Flint told local media his neighbor was the shooter, and that the neighbor had stolen his truck.
The FBI has confirmed it will assist in the investigation.