A male juvenile is being charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting in San Francisco on Monday that injured three near International Studies Academy High School, a police sergeant said today. The shooting was within a block of the high school at 18th and De Haro streets around 1:30 p.m., about 10 minutes after classes finished, Sgt. Lyn Tomioka said. A female student from International Studies Academy was grazed in the leg with a bullet and is expected to survive, and Tomioka said so are the other two victims. Students ran back to their classrooms, some screaming, while officials locked the campus down, she said. Police arrested the male suspect, who attends a different high school, when they stopped a vehicle leaving the scene, she said. Tomioka said a fight had preceded the shooting, but she did not know what it was about or if the bullets were meant to hit the three victims.
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