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TGIF -- 4 SoCal Schools on Lockdown
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The school lockdown bug has hit! Here's what's happening out there:
- The big incident today is in Pasadena where a student reported another student with something that looked like a weapon. The situation is reported to be almost over (LAist)
- Pete Knight High School in Palmdale is on lockdown with students being let out of school class by class due to racial tension (KNX1070 on air)
- Two schools in Placentia (Orange County), Valencia High School and Kramer Middle School, are on lockdown due to an incident on the streets outside the both campuses. (KNX1070 on air)
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