SOUTH GATE, Calif. -- Police have arrested a high school student for shooting a teenager at nearby school.
A police statement says the shooting occurred shortly before 8
a.m. Tuesday at South Gate High School.
South Gate High Principal German Cerda says the boy was taken to a hospital with a wound to the
lower left abdomen and is expected to survive.
The school was locked down for about an hour, until police
arrested a 17-year-old student from neighboring Southeast High
There's no immediate word on a motive for the attack.
The names of the victim and alleged shooter haven't been released.
Student Shot on Local High School Campus
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