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1 Child, 2 Adults Dead; Second Child Hurt In Shooting At San Bernardino Elementary School

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (CBSNewYork/CBSLA.com/AP) — Two adults and a child were killed, and a second child was critically wounded, in what was described as a murder-suicide at a school in San Bernardino.

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Police were calling the incident a murder-suicide, and said the adult victim was the gunman’s estranged wife.

The incident reported just before 11 a.m. local time at North Park Elementary School at 5300 block of North H Street in San Bernardino, according to San Bernardino County Fire officials.

The adults were found dead in a classroom, police said. The gunman was identified late Monday as Cedric Anderson, 53, of Riverside, California.

Cedric Anderson

Cedric Anderson is suspected in a murder-suicide that left his estranged wife and a child dead, and another child injured, in a San Bernardino, California school. (Credit: San Bernardino Police)

The victim was his estranged wife — Karen Smith, also 53 — who was earlier described as a teacher at the school.

Karen Smith

Police say Karen Smith is was shot and killed by her estranged husband in in a murder-suicide in a San Bernardino, California school. A child was also killed, and another child was injured. (Credit: San Bernardino Police)

An 9-year-old child was also pronounced dead hours after the shooting, police said. Another child remained in critical condition.

As CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported, authorities do not believe the injured children were targeted — they were near the teacher when she was shot and killed.

Parents of children at the were almost sick with worry as they waited for word.

“Unspeakable, they’re little, they’re young, it shouldn’t happen,” one parent said.

“Our daughter called on the way here, so she was just in a panic. What kid wouldn’t be in a state like this?” Jamil Awad said.

San Bernardino police rushed to the 600 student elementary school after gunfire broke out around 11 a.m. Pacific time.

Police said the incident was an apparent murder-suicide stemming from a domestic dispute.

The children were airlifted to a hospital where the 9-year-old died.

CBS2 LA’s Greg Mills talked on one mom who was anxiously awaiting her two kids’ arrival at Cajon Elementary School.

“What’s this like for you”? Mills asked.

“It’s bad, it’s really bad,” she replied.

Others were shaken by the latest violence to hit the city of San Bernardino.

“This is just tragedy,” said William Green, whose son attends the school. “This is not a good time right now, it’s just not. I grew up in this area… man, this tough right now, I don’t even have the words to speak it right now.”

“It’s traumatizing. My eyes are just shaking,” another parent said. “I’m at a loss for words.”

One woman was worried about her third grader.

“Chaos, chaos, don’t know where he’s at, don’t know if he’s okay, but it happened, confirmed, so we’re just nervous,” she said.

Parents hugged and prayed as they waited for any crumb of information.

Children were escorted to safety, and loaded on buses to be driven to a nearby college campus, where police hoped to interview some of them about what they saw and heard.

“I don’t even know how I feel right now. I just want to see my babies, my little girl, and my little boy. That’s all I care about right now, are my little babies,” Maria Rodriguez said.

Some three hours after the shooting, parents were still in the process of being reunited with their children.

San Bernardino Mayor R. Carey Davis said he was contacted by a White House spokesperson after the shooting.

(© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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1 Child, 2 Adults Dead; Second Child Hurt In Shooting At San Bernardino Elementary School

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (CBSNewYork/CBSLA.com/AP) — Two adults and a child were killed, and a second child was critically wounded, in what was described as a murder-suicide at a school in San Bernardino.

More From CBS LA

Police were calling the incident a murder-suicide, and said the adult victim was the gunman’s estranged wife.

The incident reported just before 11 a.m. local time at North Park Elementary School at 5300 block of North H Street in San Bernardino, according to San Bernardino County Fire officials.

The adults were found dead in a classroom, police said. The gunman was identified late Monday as Cedric Anderson, 53, of Riverside, California.

Cedric Anderson

Cedric Anderson is suspected in a murder-suicide that left his estranged wife and a child dead, and another child injured, in a San Bernardino, California school. (Credit: San Bernardino Police)

The victim was his estranged wife — Karen Smith, also 53 — who was earlier described as a teacher at the school.

Karen Smith

Police say Karen Smith is was shot and killed by her estranged husband in in a murder-suicide in a San Bernardino, California school. A child was also killed, and another child was injured. (Credit: San Bernardino Police)

An 9-year-old child was also pronounced dead hours after the shooting, police said. Another child remained in critical condition.

As CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported, authorities do not believe the injured children were targeted — they were near the teacher when she was shot and killed.

Parents of children at the were almost sick with worry as they waited for word.

“Unspeakable, they’re little, they’re young, it shouldn’t happen,” one parent said.

“Our daughter called on the way here, so she was just in a panic. What kid wouldn’t be in a state like this?” Jamil Awad said.

San Bernardino police rushed to the 600 student elementary school after gunfire broke out around 11 a.m. Pacific time.

Police said the incident was an apparent murder-suicide stemming from a domestic dispute.

The children were airlifted to a hospital where the 9-year-old died.

CBS2 LA’s Greg Mills talked on one mom who was anxiously awaiting her two kids’ arrival at Cajon Elementary School.

“What’s this like for you”? Mills asked.

“It’s bad, it’s really bad,” she replied.

Others were shaken by the latest violence to hit the city of San Bernardino.

“This is just tragedy,” said William Green, whose son attends the school. “This is not a good time right now, it’s just not. I grew up in this area… man, this tough right now, I don’t even have the words to speak it right now.”

“It’s traumatizing. My eyes are just shaking,” another parent said. “I’m at a loss for words.”

One woman was worried about her third grader.

“Chaos, chaos, don’t know where he’s at, don’t know if he’s okay, but it happened, confirmed, so we’re just nervous,” she said.

Parents hugged and prayed as they waited for any crumb of information.

Children were escorted to safety, and loaded on buses to be driven to a nearby college campus, where police hoped to interview some of them about what they saw and heard.

“I don’t even know how I feel right now. I just want to see my babies, my little girl, and my little boy. That’s all I care about right now, are my little babies,” Maria Rodriguez said.

Some three hours after the shooting, parents were still in the process of being reunited with their children.

San Bernardino Mayor R. Carey Davis said he was contacted by a White House spokesperson after the shooting.

(© Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

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Amnesty criticises ‘rogue state’ China as global death penalty toll falls

Rights group calls on Beijing to publish figures to allow informed debate about use of capital punishment

Amnesty International has sharply criticised China for continuing to conceal the number of people it sentences to death, as the human rights group reported a fall in executions globally last year.

The number of executions around the world fell by more than a third to 1,032 across 23 countries in 2016, compared with 1,634 in 25 countries in 2015. Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan were the top executioners.

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Odd-looking bike ditches the chain

What is missing from this picture – besides the rider?

Bike chains can be a hassle … they have to be cleaned and lubricated, yet still manage to get anything that they touch dirty. Using a belt drive, “strings” or even an alternator are all alternatives, but Venice, Florida-based inventor Sean Chan has come up with another. He calls it the Chainless Bike.

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