Gunfire erupted on Thursday at a California high school in inland Kern County in a shooting in which two people were injured, county officials said, and media reports indicated the assailant had been arrested.
A Kern County sheriff’s dispatcher confirmed the shooting at Taft Union High School but gave no other details, and the county fire chief said two people had been wounded, including one who was airlifted to a nearby hospital. The other refused treatment.
We’re glad to hear that nobody was killed in today’s shooting, and our thoughts remain with the two injured in today’s attack. One of the two people who were shot (believed to be a student) was airlifted to a Bakersfield hospital, though law enforcement officials have not released any additional information on either victim’s condition.