At least seven children and adults have been hospitalized after a series of shootings at multiple locations - including an elementary school - in rural Northern California that left at least four dead.
Authorities said the shooter was killed by law enforcement, bringing the total to 5.
Enloe Medical Center spokeswoman Nicole Johansson said the hospital is treating four people Tuesday, including three minors.
She said one patient was flown by helicopter to the hospital in Chico, about 50 miles southeast of the shootings. Johansson provided no other information.
Separately, three people were being treated at a hospital in Redding, about 50 miles north of the shootings.
A man says his roommate is among the victims in Northern California and that his neighbor was the gunman.
Brian Flint tells the Record Searchlight newspaper in the city of Redding on Tuesday that his neighbor, whom he knows only as Kevin, also stole his truck. Redding is about 50 miles north of where the shootings occurred.
He says he and his roommate told authorities that their neighbor was acting "crazy" and threatening them.
Flint says he had been shooting "hundreds of rounds" from large magazines.
Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant with the Corning Union Elementary School District, says no one was killed at the school but a "number" of students were shot and wounded.
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