The Associated Press
UPDATE, 4:25 p.m. | At a news conference Friday afternoon, police said three people were hospitalized after the shooting, all of them affiliated with the school.
A 16-year-old girl is in critical condition, and two males — one age 17 and the other 20 — are in serious condition.
Police say a fourth person — a 19-year-old woman — was grazed by a bullet but not hospitalized.
Police say the shooting may have been preceded by an argument, and the shooter was accompanied by two others when he ran from the scene.
ORIGINAL POST | PORTLAND — Police say there are at least two victims in a shooting at a Portland high school.
The police reported the shooting after noon on Friday and said that one or more suspects had fled Rosemary Anderson High School.
Police didn’t provide details about the conditions of the victims. It was unclear if the victims were shot.
Rosemary Anderson High School is an alternative school that serves at-risk students who were expelled or dropped out, are homeless or single parents. According to the school’s website, 190 students annually are enrolled at the north Portland location. The school also has a second location in Gresham.
Parents have been summoned to the school.
A nearby high school and community college were put on lockdown.
The last school shooting in Portland happened in June. A freshman killed one student and then himself.