The Latest: Officials: 5 California students shot in seconds

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People are lead out of Saugus High School after reports of a shooting on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 in Santa Clarita, Calif. The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department says on Twitter that deputies are responding to the high school about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The sheriffs office says a male suspect in black clothing was seen at the school. (KTTV-TV via AP)

SANTA CLARITA, CA – The Latest on a shooting at a Southern California high school (all times local):

4 p.m.

Authorities say the biography on an Instagram account believed to belong to the gunman who killed two students at his California high school said, “Saugus, have fun at school tomorrow.”

Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials say the message was posted Thursday morning but it’s unclear when. They say it was later removed, and they don’t know who made the change.

Authorities say off-duty officers whose children went to Saugus High School in Santa Clarita were the first on scene and provided first aid to the victims.

A 16-year-old student shot five classmates and then himself. It’s unclear if they had any relationship, and a motive is unknown. The shooter is in grave condition.

The FBI says there’s no reason to believe he was acting on behalf of a group or ideology or that there were any conspirators.