Four students shot outside of San Francisco high school

Ray Hunter
October 20, 2016

Four people were injured, including one female student who was in critical condition, according to the San Francisco Police Department.

Officers immediately began searching for the shooter, "thinking that suspect might still be in the school shooting", he said.

According to KTVU, police said classes would still be held at June Jordan Wednesday and that grief counselors would be available to students.

According to the police, the suspects who are not students, targeted a teenage girl who is now in serious condition after she sustained a bullet injury to her upper torso.

Police say four male suspects wearing dark hoodies and jeans were seen running away from the area.

A girl was shot in the upper extremities, sustaining life-threatening injuries, and two male students were shot in the lower extremities though they were not critically injured.

CNN reports that all four victims "have been confirmed as students by the San Francisco Unified School District". They share a campus. Officers initially thought it was an active shooter incident because the victims were in the school building.

A fourth student showed up later at the Bayview police station with injuries from the shooting. Around 4 p.m., SFPD declared the school safe and lifted the lockout.

@SFPD tweet June Jordan school shooting information.

June Jordan neighbors City Arts and Technical High School, a public charter school. There will be extra security and extra grief counseling for the students at school tomorrow.

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