SOT, person in attendance: (Inaudible) SOT, Ken Christesen, San Juan County Sheriff Department spokesperson (English): «They're not going to let anybody drive right now that I know of. They're going put them all on one bus so that we can take them to one location, have them all check in and check out, so that we have a complete account for you so that we're sure of everything that's going on... Еще. And I don't know what school part of it it is up there right now. I know the school is up there and they are working on that part, but I'm not up there so I don't know that.» SOT, person in attendance: (Inaudible) SOT, Ken Christesen, San Juan County Sheriff Department spokesperson (English): «They're all going to be going through the same process. They're going to be doing anything different right now that I know of. If that's going to be different later on we will let you know. I'm sorry I wish we had more but we'll keep you informed as quick as we can ok? Thank you.» Three people were killed after a gunman entered Aztec High School in New Mexico on Thursday morning, killing two pupils before police forces shot the shooter dead. Initial reports indicate at least ten injuries occurred during the shooting. San Juan County Sheriff Department Sheriff Ken Christesen updated locals in San Juan County, explaining that police and FBI are currently investigating the incident, but no additional information was available This is the eighth shooting in a US school during 2017, bringing the current death toll to 15.