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Primary school shooting rampage in California leaves at least three dead and two children injured

Daily Record Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
The gunman was shot and killed by police after the gun rampage at Rancho Tehama Elementary School.
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News video: 3 Dead After Shooting in Northern California; Shooter Killed After Wounding Kids at School

3 Dead After Shooting in Northern California; Shooter Killed After Wounding Kids at School 00:35

At least three people were killed and at least two children were wounded in a shooting at a rural Northern California school Tuesday morning.

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Four dead in northern California shooting rampage

Four dead in northern California shooting rampage
A gunman opened fire at multiple locations, including a school where two children were wounded.
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