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Popping Noise At Saugus High Causes Concern, School Deemed Safe

A loud popping sound was heard on Saugus High School’s campus Friday after a campus security person reportedly drove over a water bottle, officials said.

Around 7:45 a.m. Friday a loud pop was heard on Saugus High School’s campus which frightened students, said Dave Caldwell, spokesperson for the William S. Hart Union High School District.

“A golf cart on campus ran over a water bottle, causing a large popping noise,” Caldwell said.

There are no shots fired and the school is safe, said in a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials in a social media post.

Extra law enforcement is set to be on Saugus High’s campus Friday, the principal of Saugus High told parents over a phone message.

“There is no current danger on campus,” Caldwell said.

The Child and Family Center is still currently offering support for students affected by the Saugus High shooting and who may need support after hearing the “loud pop” on campus Friday morning.

Ed Note: This is a breaking news story, more information will be added when it becomes available.

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Popping Noise At Saugus High Causes Concern, School Deemed Safe

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