A high school in Santa Fe, Texas, is on lockdown Friday morning following reports of an active shooter.
The Santa Fe Police Department confirmed to VICE News that authorities were responding to an “active situation.” The Santa Fe Independent School District also confirmed an active shooter situation. The ATF said it was responding to the scene.
The local ABC affiliate is reporting that a student said the gunman walked into her art class at around 7:25 a.m. and shot another student.
Santa Fe is a small rural community in Galveston County. The high school has about 1,000 students.
This is a developing story.