Student Victims Of Shooting Near Graham, Washington High School Expected To Survive

Student Victims Of Shooting Near Graham, Washington High School Expected To Survive

Student Victims Of Shooting Near Graham, Washington High School Expected To Survive

Two Graham-Kapowsin High School students were wounded Tuesday afternoon in a shooting near the school that apparently stemmed from a gang-related fight.

The Pierce County Sheriff's Office released video Tuesday of a green Chevy Impala that they say fled the scene of a shooting near Graham-Kapowsin High School.

John Gutierrez, 41, who was driving to pick up his son from the school, said he noticed the sheriff's deputies on his way to the school and added he was asked to leave the parking lot when he arrived.

Multiple officers responded from multiple agencies, Troyer said, and no one other than the two students were hurt.

As of Wednesday morning, two suspects were in custody and officials were still searching for a third according to the sheriff's office.

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Pierce County Sheriff posted on their Facebook page that 911 callers reported a fight near the school grounds on Eustis Hunt Road East right before shots were heard.

The shooting happened about 2:30 p.m. near the school, 22100 108th Ave.

The high school campus is alongside the campuses of Frontier Middle School and Nelson Elementary School. Officials say the victims ran back onto the campus after being shot. The Bethel School District confirmed via a tweet the victims shot were indeed students from the school. Gutierrez also revealed how he got a text from his son saying he can't leave the school as they are going on lockdown.

"I knew he wasn't one of the kids that was shot, and I pray for them and their parents". "We are confident that with your help we will bring swift justice and peace of mind for the hundreds of students and parents affected by today's shooting".

The high school was put in a lockdown that lasted for almost four hours before it was lifted at 6:15 p.m. and school buses began taking students home. This is a scary situation and we are proud of how our staff, students and families have been and are still reacting to it.

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