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Breaking: El Camino Real High School On Lockdown

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KTLA is reporting on another lockdown at El Camino Real High School and Hale Middle School after a report of a gun on campus at 2:40 p.m. A Hispanic male with a shaved head was allegedly seen on campus with a gun, say authorities. No word yet on whether the suspect was an attending student. El Camino Real High School in Woodland Hills was one of San Fernando Valley campuses locked down last week when a car-burglary suspect shot an LAUSD Police officer. KFI reports that a suspect has been arrested.

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