BREAKING NEWS - school shooting Watch

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Two people have been killed in a shooting in a classroom of a primary school in San Bernardino, California, police say.
The victims were both adults, police chief Jarrod Burguan said. He described the incident as a suspected "murder-suicide" attempt.
Two people who were wounded and taken to hospital may have been students.
He said the assailant was "down" and there was "no further threat". The school has been evacuated.
The shooting happened at 10:30 local time (17:30 GMT) in a classroom of North Park Elementary School.
Students were transferred to nearby Cajon High School, where they were later met by their parents.
"Police operations are continuing to secure the area," Mr Burguan said on Twitter, adding: "However, we do believe the threat is down."
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This is another example of why there should be more regulations on firearms in the US.
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This is another example of why there should be more regulations on firearms in the US.
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Pray For Paris
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Those are different issues, regarding terrorism.
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This makes me so sad. At least we can take some comfort knowing they are with god now.
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Didn't this happen yesterday
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This is another example of why there should be more regulations on firearms in the US.
If you cannot control illegal drug trade - and neither the Uk nor the US can do so, how can you possibly think that "more regulations" would have any effect??? The druggies get their guns from the same place they get their illegal drugs. They are smuggled in via the same route. Any time there is a drug raid, illegal guns are found. Without illegal guns, the drug trade could not survive. You honestly think that a psycho - or a druggie - who want's to pull off a 'drive by shooting' is going to stand in line at the courthouse to 'register' his gun - when - since he is a previously convicted felon almost certainly - it is a felony for him to even touch a gun under PRESENT laws?? What possible good will 54 more laws do??? Particularly when you lot sentence murderers to "LIFE"!!!! - which amounts to 3 to 5 years incarceration in your legal system. The insanity of the left astounds me.
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If you cannot control illegal drug trade - and neither the Uk nor the US can do so, how can you possibly think that "more regulations" would have any effect??? The druggies get their guns from the same place they get their illegal drugs. They are smuggled in via the same route. Any time there is a drug raid, illegal guns are found. Without illegal guns, the drug trade could not survive. You honestly think that a psycho - or a druggie - who want's to pull off a 'drive by shooting' is going to stand in line at the courthouse to 'register' his gun - when - since he is a previously convicted felon almost certainly - it is a felony for him to even touch a gun under PRESENT laws?? What possible good will 54 more laws do??? Particularly when you lot sentence murderers to "LIFE"!!!! - which amounts to 3 to 5 years incarceration in your legal system. The insanity of the left astounds me.
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