Suspected gunman in California school shooting dies

A Saugus High School student is embraced as she visits a makeshift memorial in front of the school for victims of the shooting there on Nov. 15 2019 in Santa Clarita California

Students killed in California high school shooting identified as alleged shooter dies

A 16-year-old boy who shot five fellow students at Saugus High School Thursday, killing two of them before turning the gun on himself, died at a hospital Friday afternoon, sheriff's officials said.

The city of Santa Clarita, California still has fresh wounds caused by a fatal shooting at Saugus High School on Thursday morning.

In a statement, newly-appointed Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said that his department took school shootings "very seriously" and would help the authorities "develop trainings and resources to improve response capabilities and better protect soft targets", the BBC reported.

"He was just standing by himself, walked to the center of the quad center, dropped the backpack, and just started firing".

Bryan and Cindy Muehlberger said they shared the news of their daughter's death with "unexplainable brokenness". He said the families of the other student killed and those wounded did not authorize him to release their names.

Police said there also was no evidence that the teen had been bullied. At the Henry Mayo Hospital in Santa Clarita, authorities said a 14-year-old boy was treated and released.

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Authorities say a 16-year-old student opened fire before shooting himself.

Capt. Kent Wegener said there was no known motive, that no suicide note, manifesto or any other writings were found.

Villanueva said the gunman didn't appear to have "any interaction with anyone" prior to the shooting.

The shooter carried out the attack on his sixteenth birthday, and police are not yet clear about his motive.

Villanueva noted that three off-duty law enforcement officers - one with the sheriff's department and officers from Inglewood and Los Angeles - were the first people on scene because they have relatives who attend the school.

"I don't know what else to say, honestly". "He's a cookie cutter kid that you could find anywhere".

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Jared Axen, 33, a next door neighbour, described Berhow as an introvert who was usually quiet and reserved but who had friends and could readily be engaged in conversation.

What pushes most shooters is some kind of loss or disappointment, often recent, followed by the inability to cope with a feeling of being overwhelmed, according to Marisa Randazzo, a former chief research psychologist at the U.S. Secret Service.

Most shooters she studied were academically successful and weren't social outcasts.

Students embrace during a vigil at Central Park in the aftermath of a shooting at Saugus High School.

The suspect died a day after the attack of a self-inflicted gun-shot, two students have died from the attack.

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