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North Portland School Shooting: I heard four shots, then somebody yelling

Friday, December 12, 2014

 

A shooting was reported at Rosemary Anderson High School in North Portland Friday at around 12:30 p.m..

"North Precinct officers have responded to the report of a shooting at Rosemary Anderson High School, located at 717 North Killingsworth Court.  Preliminary information indicated there are at least two victims and the suspect or suspects have left the area," police said.

Slides Below: Scene of the Rosemary Anderson High School Shooting

Tim Marcroft from KXRY-FM, whose offices is in the basement of the Falcon Arts Building on Albina St. said "I heard four shots, then somebody yelling 'What the fuck!' The shooting happened right on the street where we are."

Jefferson High School and Portland Community College were locked down during the incident. 

The school enrolls 190 students at its campus in North Portland. 

 
 
The school provides education to at-risk students that have either been expelled or dropped out of public high school and many are homeless, according to the schools website.
 

 

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