There was another shooting at Saugus High School, about 30 miles north of Los Angeles, today the 14 of November which led to two dead and many injured. The victims is a 14 years old boy and a 16 years old girl who died as a result. Authorities said the suspect shot five people at Saugus High School today November 24. And there was an additional person who got injured in the incident though not dead.

The total number of victims are as follows;

16-year-old girl who died in the hospital

14-year-old boy who also died at the hospital

14-year-old girl

15-year-old girl

14-year-old girl

Two patients however are still at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, two others are at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and one patient is at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. Of the two patients at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, one is in critical and one is in good condition, according to spokesperson Patrick Moody.

      Apparently, the is multiple shooting as the second victim of the shooting at Saugus High School just died, said Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who described the victim as a 14 year old boy and the suspect who is in grave condition as he shot himself on the head, remains in custody.

A total of six victims were taken to local hospitals following the shooting says Sheriff Alex Villanueva. Among the victims was a suspect who was seen on video shooting five people and then shooting himself in the head, says Capt. Kent Wegener of Los Angeles County. One of the victims, a 16-year-old girl, died this morning, Wegener added.

Detectives are reviewing a video which shows the moment the suspect pulled a handgun from his backpack and shot five people, according to Capt. Kent Wegener of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, he then shot himself in the head, Wegener said. The girlfriend and mother of the suspect are now are now at the police station continues Captain Kent of Los Angeles as he gives more details about the shooting at a press conference. He says the suspect who is currently in critical condition girlfriend and mother are currently talking to the police.