At 8 a.m. a gunman opened fire at seemingly random targets at an elementary school in Tehama county, Northern California, just 130 miles north of Sacramento. The shooter was allegedly driving a stolen F-150 and was toting some kind of semi-automatic rifle and two pistols. According to CBS News, a total of 10 patients have been admitted to local hospitals, but other patients may have gone to different hospitals. As far as we know, none of the fatalities were children.

The unknown gunman was shot dead by the sheriff’s deputies and a motive for his shooting spree has not yet been determined.

The shooter opened fire at the elementary school, but it seems he was mobile and was shooting well before the school, at least a couple of miles away before he even got there. Again, it did not start at the school. He eventually crashed his truck, stole another car, and continued to shoot, taking shots at targets of opportunity. This included a mother and her son who were driving to school–though the son is likely to live, his mother is in grave danger and currently in the hospital.

Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston | AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli

The police have set up seven different crime scenes as each shooting location warrants its own cordoning off.