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Eight-Year-Old Student Wounded In San Bernardino Shooting Has Died

Police officers stand guard at North Park Elementary School following a shooting on campus on April 10, 2017 in San Bernardino, California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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An eight-year-old student shot Monday in a San Bernardino elementary school classroom has died from his injuries, San Bernardino Police report. Jonathan Martinez succumbed to his injuries after being airlifted to Loma Linda Medical Center, according to the L.A. Times. Martinez's teacher Elaine Smith, 53, was also killed in the shooting, along with her husband, suspected gunman Cedric Anderson.

The shooting, which is believed to have been a murder-suicide, occurred in a special needs classroom at North Park School in San Bernardino. Anderson opened fire on his wife in the classroom using a large-caliber revolver before taking his own life. The bullets also struck two students standing behind her. The second student, a nine-year-old, remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition, according to the AP. There were 15 students in the classroom at the time of the shooting.

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