Shooting in Cupertino: Two Dead in California Quarry Shooting

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Lehigh Permanente quarry

UPDATE 4:19 p.m.: Third Person Dead in Shootings

UPDATE 2:26 p.m.: Shooter still at large, schools on lockdown, suspect’s car found abandoned.

UPDATE 12:01 p.m.: A second shooting has been reported in a Cupertino parking lot. Police have identified the quarry shooter as Shareff Allman, 45, according to KCBS-AM, and confirmed that the parking lot shooting was connected to the shooting at the quarry. The station also reports that a man matching Allman’s description allegedly tried to carjack a woman in Cupertino, shooting her in the leg and then fleeing on foot.

Police in California are looking for a man armed with multiple firearms who reportedly opened fire and began shooting at a Cupertino quarry on Wednesday, killing at least two people and critically injuring at least six more.

KGO-TV reported that it was an employee at the quarry who showed up for a morning safety meeting, fully armed, who began shooting at other workers.

The station says police confirmed that two people are dead and four are seriously wounded at Lehigh Permanente cement quarry in Santa Clara County, and that the shooter is still on foot.

According to NBC, the shooter called police with a radio from the quarry and threatened to kill more people.

Santa Clara authorities say the shooter may be armed with an AK-47.