One eyewitness said the shooter "was probably pretty embarrassed."
“This is the new normal, if you look across the country," said Kern County sheriff Donny Youngblood.
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One person was killed in the shooting.
Authorities confirmed to Newsweek they were responding to reports of an active shooter.
"I’ve looked at Thomas and Friends, at their pictures, and I see gray and blue. Am I to understand this entire time that Thomas and his trains were white? Because they all have gray faces.”
A 16-year-old was flown to a hospital with serious injuries.
"If I see either of them in my life, they'll find themselves in a 13 foot gator."
Perez purchased the gun involved legally, police said.
Both men were airlifted to a hospital.
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A second teenager was also shot a mile away from the school on Wednesday.
“I wasn’t looking to create a viral moment. I wanted to look another person in the eye who cares deeply about his family and to tell him my story," Fred Guttenberg told Newsweek.
"He pulled his hand back, turned his back to me and walked away. I guess he did not want to deal with the reality of gun violence.”
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Reports claim the Department of Education is considering allowing states to use federal funding to purchase guns for schools.
“On September 29th, I will be returning to Kent State to host an open carry rally. We plan on bringing out a great lineup of speakers, and appreciate any help we can get to make this the greatest gun rally of the year!”
Authorities said the shooting took place at "Hoffman's Guns for the Good Guys," a gun store and range.
Police discovered a .38 revolver during the arrest.
The teen defended her mom and two siblings in Forest City, North Carolina, by firing two rounds at her mother's boyfriend, who allegedly attacked her.
"The student was promptly returned to class and the school administration contacted the family to apologize."