Thursday March 22 5:34
PM Student, Gunman Wounded at School Near San Diego EL CAJON,
CA -- A teenager with a shaved head got out of a car, assumed
a sniper position and began shooting at students outside a high
school in this San Diego suburb on Thursday, hitting at least
one person before police shot and injured him, witnesses said.
The incident at the 2,900-pupil Granite Hills High School took
place less than three weeks after another student killed two students
and injured 13 others in a gun rampage at Santana High School,
just 6 miles away. A witness said he heard six or seven shots
and then saw students running out of the school via a back entrance,
calling on their cell phones for help. A student eyewitness told
CNN that the shooter ``clutched down'' in a sniper position and
opened fire after getting out of a car. The witness said he fired
at least eight shots and reloaded a second time.