THIS is the horror footage shot at a high school football game, forcing terrified spectators and players to flee in fear for their lives.
Two people were injured following a shooting in Campbell, California, around 9 p.m. in the parking lot of Westmont High School.
Students from the high schools of St. Francis and Serra were playing a division championship game at Westmont when gunfire erupted through the stadium.
One team fell to the floor while the other ran for cover as the crowd rushed from the stands in panic.
In shocking footage shared on social media, a man can be heard using a public announcement system telling people to “calm down, please calm down”.
People can be seen sprinting off the field in awe of an active gunman.
One parent also casually said to her child: “No matter what, I’ll be there with you.”
Another clip shows panicked players jumping over fences to safety.
No one in the stadium was injured, however, two adults were found injured in the parking lot, according to San Jose police.
Both were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Audience member Penelope Correa told KPIX: “Suddenly you hear at least five shots and people really don’t know what it is at first and then all the students disperse and start running.
“I don’t know where my parents are.”
Police said the motive for the shooting remains unknown. No arrests have yet to be reported.
Witness Mike Johnson said he noticed fans starting to run towards the end area before hearing multiple gunshots.
School officials said the game was stopped with about two minutes remaining but was later resumed.
Serra beat St.Francis 16-12.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4154927/shots-fired-high-school-football-game-spectators-players-flee/ Terrifying moment shot at high school football game scared spectators and players to run away