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'Breaking News: Two injured, one dead, in shooting at Arapahoe High School'

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Channel 9 news out of Centennial Colorado reports there were two people injured in an ongoing shooter situation at Arapahoe High School. The school is located at the 2200 block of East Dry Creek Road in Centennial.

The suspect has been reported dead due to a self inflicted gun shot wound according to Sheriff Grayson Robinson.

The identity of the injured victims is not being released at this time.

A local hospital reported to 9 NEWS a 15 and a 16 year old were brought in recently with gun shot wounds but their condition is unknown.

Parents who have children at Arapahoe High School are being told to report to Shepherd of the Hills Church at 7691 S. University Blvd.

2,220 students attend the high school and there are 70 class rooms in the building, which was built in 1964. Arapahoe High School is part of Littleton Public Schools.

More information will be released as it becomes available through 9 NEWS.

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