Shooting victim shows up at a school near Strathmore
TULARE COUNTY, Calif. (KFSN) -- A South Valley elementary school was put on temporary lockdown after a shooting victim showed up on campus.
School officials saw a man in his forties show up on the school driveway with a bullet wound to his upper body.
A Tulare County Sheriff's deputy arrived on scene within seconds to question the victim and another man who arrived in this red pick-up truck.
Sunnyside Elementary School near Strathmore was put on lockdown for about 15 minutes while deputies secured the scene.
Investigators are still looking for the suspect and the actual location where the shooting happened.
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