UPDATE: ‘Multiple students’ injured in school shooting in suburban Denver

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UPDATE: Seven or possibly eight students have been injured and two shooters are in custody.

SWAT is still clearing the school and students are being bused to Northridge Rec Center for parents to pick them up. All this according to the latest tweet from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

UPDATE: Authorities said “multiple students” were injured Tuesday in a shooting at a school in suburban Denver.

Douglas County Undersheriff Holly Nicholson-Kluth said two suspects are in custody and there is “tentatively” a third suspect in the shooting at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch.

“They’re still clearing the school, so we don’t know that yet,” she said. “And we have multiple students that have been injured.”

The school is K-12 and has about 1,800 students, she said.

ORIGINAL STORY: Shots were reportedly fired Tuesday at a school in suburban Denver, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

The sheriff’s office tweeted: “Unstable situation, shots fired at STEM school at Ridgeline and Plaza. Avoid area.”

Two people are believed to be injured, the office tweeted.

The school is located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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