The suspect in the Saugus High School deadly shooting has died Friday afternoon.
The alleged shooter, 16-year-old Nathaniel Berhow, was in grave condition after he shot himself in the head after shooting five students. His mother was present when he died.
On Friday officials identified both of the victims: Gracie Anne Muehlberger, 15, who died after being rushed to Henry Mayo Hospital.
She died Thursday morning. She was initially reported as being 16-years-old on Thursday.
The second victim was later identified as Dominic Blackwell, 14, Friday afternoon.
On Friday, authorities announced that two of the survivors, who were shot, will be released.
Six victims were injured, and two died, in a school shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita Thursday morning. One of the victims was released Thursday night.
Muehlberger's family set up a GoFundMe page in honor of her memory: https://www.gofundme.com/f/gracie-anne-muehlberger?fbclid=IwAR1Trixu1NF6dCJIhNi1mUZ2XZhPZGsJfJPbcRjiNiQytfJhBI0cqHCkT8c
"It is with the most unexplainable brokenness that we share our Gracie went to be with Jesus on Thursday morning. Our vivacious, funny, loyal, light of our lives, Cinderella, the daughter we always dreamed to have, fiercely strong and lover of all things fashionable - was our best friend. She is going to be missed more than words will ever be able to express," Bryan Muehlberger wrote on the page.
Sheriff's investigators are working with the F.B.I. on the case. Authorities announced they will be searching the suspected shooter's house. There has been no motive for the shooting.
Officials announced that the school district will be closed Friday in light of the tragic shooting.
The mother and girlfriend of the suspect are currently being questioned by the authorities.
The suspect is in custody and is being treated at a hospital, according to LASD Sheriff Alex Villaneuva who spoke to KNX 1070 Thursday morning.
LASD Deputy Eric Ortiz told KNX Thursday morning the reunification area is Central Park on Bouquet Canyon, adding to let the parents know "that the kids are safe because the schools are on lockdown."
On Thursday morning, the City of Santa Clarita wrote on Twitter "with the exception of Arroyo Seco and Saugus, ALL school lockdowns have been lifted."
The following surrounding schools were on lockdown earlier: Highlands Elementary and Rosedale Elementary in Santa Clarita Valley. All schools in William S. Hart District were also on lockdown earlier.