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Two reportedly shot to death in Riverside high school parking lot

Two people have been shot to death in a parking lot at Patriot High School in Jurupa Valley in Riverside County, KTLA is reporting.

Television helicopters showed two bodies in the school's parking lot and the Press-Enterprise newspaper is reporting that two people may be dead in a possible murder-suicide that took place shortly before 11 a.m.

The school is on lockdown and Riverside County Sheriff's officials say that all students have been accounted for and none are injured.

Deputies were reportedly making plans for parents to pick up their children when the lockdown is lifted later Wednesday.

Phone calls to the high school were not answered.

The high school is three blocks from Camino Real Elementary School. It was unclear if the elementary school was also on lockdown.


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