A Pittsburgh high school was locked down and police were seeking "one to multiple" gunmen after three students were shot near the school just as students were streaming home for the day, authorities said.
None of the injuries was believed to be life-threatening in the shootings, which occurred about two blocks from Brashear High School in the Beechwood neighborhood of south Pittsburgh about 2:50 p.m. ET, authorities said.
Diane Richard, a Pittsburgh police spokeswoman, said that two boys were shot in the shoulder and the foot and that one was grazed in the head. She said that two of them were 17 years old and that one was 16.