Sheriff's deputies in Washington state are searching for two teenagers suspected of shooting a pair of male students near a high school in the small city of Graham on Tuesday.
The shooting happened about 45 miles south of Seattle outside of the high school. One of the students was found in a parking lot near the football field.
They issued no details about their condition or whether they survived, but reported they were being taken to Tacoma General Hospital.
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The shooting suspect fled the scene in a green vehicle that might be a Chevrolet Impala, police said.
Deputies who responded to the scene checked the school's grounds and found no signs any suspects were there.
Troyer said they believe the two victims were students of the high school, but the shooters were not. "We are following direction from the Pierce County Sheriff's Department and are relying on them for additional information at this point".
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Troyer said officials believe the shooting took place off school property and the wounded students ran back onto the campus. But three other nearby schools were locked down as a precaution.
Investigators determined that the shooting occurred during a fight just off school grounds on Eustis-Hunt Road East.
As parents rushed to a reunification site set up at Frontier Middle School, deputies conducted multiple security sweeps of the schools, to make sure the suspects had left the area. The Bethel School District confirmed via a tweet the victims shot were indeed students from the school.
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Baker says he texted his mom when the school went on lockdown to let her know what was going on. "We are confident that with your help we will bring swift justice and peace of mind for the hundreds of students and parents affected by today's shooting. This is a scary situation, and we are proud of how our staff, students, and families have been and are still reacting to it", Bethel Schools tweeted.