VIDEO: Classes resume at San Francisco high school after 4 students shot

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Classes have resumed Wednesday morning at a San Francisco high school after four students were shot.

At 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, four teenage students were shot in the parking lot of the June Jordan School for Equity.

One of the victims was a female student who police believe was targeted. She was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. As of Wednesday morning, she is listed in stable condition.

The other three students sustained non-life threatening injuries. All of the wounded students, including the girl, were 15 years old.

Police are searching for at least one but possibly up to four shooters.

Counselors will be available for students Wednesday and extra school security will be provided, school officials said.

At least three students shot have been released from the hospital.

Extra police will also be on campus.

“We commend JJSE’s leaders, faculty and students both for their steady, calm and caring actions as the situation evolved and for the dedicated and courageous efforts that they have already begun to heal from yesterday’s events,” Interim Superintendent Myong Leigh said in a statement on Wednesday morning.

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