A 16-year-old man was fatally beaten on Friday afternoon when gunfire took place near a high school in the San Francisco Bay Area, police said.
About 17 o'clock. Fairfield local authorities received phone calls about a possible shootout near Armijo High School, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
The responding officers found two injured victims, a 16-year-old and an 18-year-old. The officials learned that the two suspects had fled in different directions. The 16-year-old victim later succumbed to his injuries.
It was not immediately clear if the victims or the suspects were Armijo High School students.
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A suspect tried to fit into the crowd but was taken into custody, the Chronicle reported. No weapon was found.
The second suspect was arrested about an hour later in a nearby home, reported FOX 40.
No suspect was identified.
Authorities coordinated a designated place for parents to pick up their children at a nearby parking lot. The school remained closed while investigators searched the area for evidence, the police said.
Fairfield is located about 50 miles northeast of San Francisco.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.