BREAKING: Colorado high school shooting erupts, Suspect on the run

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Nearly 25 years after the Columbine High School shooting, another Colorado shooting erupted today at East High School.

Police confirmed that two adult victims were found so far.

An unidentified suspect remains on the run, police said.

Police said, “Two adult victims have been located and transported to area hospitals.”

“It is believed the suspect is no longer on scene, and investigators are working to develop additional info.” ATF Denver confirmed in a tweet that it was on scene.

A lockdown was in place and all students were in their third period classrooms.

A controlled release of students begab once DPD allowed it.

“Students who drove will be escorted to their cars in the parking lot & can leave. Students who ride the bus will be held until their bus arrives,” the tweet said.

The shooting occurs over 20 years since a school shooting and attempted bombing occurred at Columbine High School in Columbine, Colorado.

The gunmen, 12th grade students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, murdered 12 students and one teacher.

Ten students were killed in the school library.

Harris and Klebold later committed suicide.

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Twenty-one additional people were injured by gunshots.

Another three people were injured trying to escape.