The PJ Tatler

Breaking: Gunman Dead After Opening Fire in Seattle-Area High School

No official word on any casualties yet, other than the gunman, who reportedly killed himself.

MARYSVILLE, Wash. – At least two students were injured Friday morning when a shooter opened fire at Marysville Pilchuck High School, police and witnesses said.

Squadrons of police cars swarmed to the school after receiving reports of an active shooter opening fire.

At least two students were shot. There was no immediate word on their conditions.

Local news have reported that three are dead and six wounded.

Police continue to search the building to make sure that there is no second shooter.

Update: Reports now say that there are two dead including the shooter, and four others are wounded. The shooting occured in the school cafeteria. One witness on Fox says that the shooter walked up to a table full of students that he evidently knew and opened fire as if he was targeting certain students, then fired randomly, and then killed himself.