Lockdowns Lifted at New Haven Schools After Shots Fired

Thursday, Mar 27, 2014  |  Updated 3:06 PM EDT
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Lockdowns Lifted at New Haven Schools After Shots Fired

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Hillhouse High School and the Wexler-Grant School in New Haven are in precautionary lockdowns because of police activity in the area.

Hillhouse High School and the Wexler-Grant School in New Haven were in precautionary lockdowns after shots were fired Thursday afternoon.

New Haven police are investigating at Goffe and Orchards streets, where gunshots were fired at a car. 

Police said the schools were not involved, but were placed in lockdown as a precaution.

The rear window of a Chevy Impala was shattered by the gunfire, but no one was hit, according to police.

Bethel police have also responded to the scene. Officers from the department were in the area, heard a gunshot and saw people running,

Several people in the area are being questioned about the incident.


 

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