Authorities respond to shooting at high school in New Mexico

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Authorities swarmed a high school Thursday in Aztec, New Mexico, after a report of an active shooter.

Lt. Kyle Lincoln from the San Juan County Sheriff Department told KRQE News 13 that police are still searching the school.

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On Facebook, the sheriff's office asked people to "please avoid the area". "We will update this as we learn more", the post said. Police did not provide details on the status of the shooting suspect or victims.

Farmington Municipal Schools wrote on Facebook all schools in the district went into preventive lockdown due to the incident. The extent of injuries in the school is unknown at this time.

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No injured people have been transported from Aztec High School to the San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, according to hospital spokeswoman Laura Werbner.

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