Update: Authorities confirm the active shooter has been stopped, “was taken down and is no longer inside the building.”
It’s unclear how many people were shot.
Friday morning around 7:30 in the morning, police responded to reports of a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas.
Santa Fe police told CBN News that officers were on the scene at Santa Fe High School but would not confirm any other details.
No one at the school immediately responded to a request for comment.
School district officials confirmed on their Facebook page that the school is on lockdown, following reports of an “active shooter.”
Santa Fe is located between Galveston and Houston.
The following message was posted on the Santa Fe Independent School District’s website:
“This morning an incident occurred at the high school involving an active shooter. The district has initiated a lockdown. We will send out additional information as soon as it is available.”
It was not immediately clear if anyone was injured.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office confirmed they are also sending deputies to the scene.
Life Flight was also called to the school.