Cupertino students coming to school, being held inside after reported shooting 

click to enlarge A police officer stand guard outside of a Hewlett Packard plant near a quarry owned by Lehigh Southwest Cement Company in Cupertino. Authorities say a disgruntled employee opened fire at a meeting at the limestone quarry, killing two people and wounding at least four others. Nearby schools are keeping students inside while the manhunt continues. (AP) - A POLICE OFFICER STAND GUARD OUTSIDE OF A HEWLETT PACKARD PLANT NEAR A QUARRY OWNED BY LEHIGH SOUTHWEST CEMENT COMPANY IN CUPERTINO. AUTHORITIES SAY A DISGRUNTLED EMPLOYEE OPENED FIRE AT A MEETING AT THE LIMESTONE QUARRY, KILLING TWO PEOPLE A
  • A police officer stand guard outside of a Hewlett Packard plant near a quarry owned by Lehigh Southwest Cement Company in Cupertino. Authorities say a disgruntled employee opened fire at a meeting at the limestone quarry, killing two people a
  • A police officer stand guard outside of a Hewlett Packard plant near a quarry owned by Lehigh Southwest Cement Company in Cupertino. Authorities say a disgruntled employee opened fire at a meeting at the limestone quarry, killing two people and wounding at least four others. Nearby schools are keeping students inside while the manhunt continues. (AP)

Students in Cupertino are being asked to come to school today but are being held inside classrooms following a reported shooting at a nearby quarry this morning, a school district official said.

The students are being held inside as a precaution following the reported shooting, according to an official with the Cupertino Union School District.

The shooting reportedly killed and injured several people early this morning at the Lehigh Southwest Cement Plant at 24001 Stevens Creek Blvd.

Officials with the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office were not immediately available this morning with more information about the shooting.

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