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LA school shooting an accident

LA school shooting an accident”

The Los Angeles School Police Department (LAPD) said the students were shot at the Sal Castro Middle School in Westlake District.

The 12-year-old girl has been booked for negligent discharge of a firearm and is in Los Angeles County Central Juvenile Hall.

Police officials said the shooting suspect is about 12-year-old and the weapon of the shooter has been recovered by police.

The wrist wound to the 15-year-old girl was considered minor.

Said Dr Aaron Strumwasser, who treated the teens: "The trajectory of the bullet did not hit any vital structures that were an immediate threat to life".

"We would love to be able to talk to her more fully in an interview and just get to the intent and motive", Arcos said. She had been in Calabasas when she heard about the shooting, describing it as a "dramatic day".

The girl carried the handgun in her backpack which accidentally "went off" on Thursday, leading to a shooting in a classroom that eventually injured five.

After police began to patrol the premises and investigate the evidence, they have come to a conclusion that the shooting was largely unintentional, and was not meant to cause harm to any classmates or faculty.

Hernandez left work and sped to the school campus.

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Officers arrived on the scene after they got a call shots fired.

Maria Serrano reluctantly dropped off her 12-year-old daughter at school.

Emergency personnel from several agencies responded to the middle school, located in the 1500 block of West Second Street, after receiving reports of a possible shooting inside a classroom shortly before 9 a.m., according to Los Angeles School Police Department Chief Steven Zipperman.

"I don't know. Mom go home, I will tell you when we are not in lockdown".

"I just saw something pop", she said.

'Our children now see more shootings and deaths than we ever did in my lifetime, ' USC Medical Hospital assistant director Inez Beckon-English said. "So I think he will do fine". Castro said an emphasis at the school on long-term goals such as college and careers has improved student behavior, he said.

The episode occurred at Salvador B. Castro Middle School in Los Angeles and the suspect - who has not been named - was taken into custody minutes later.

The Los Angeles Unified School District has a policy requiring every middle and high school campus to conduct daily random searches by metal-detector wands at different hours of the school day for students in the sixth grade and up.



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