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When gunfire rang out Thursday morning at his high school, basketball player Noah Sanchez was working on his outside shot in the gym before class, listening to pop music playing in his headphones.

Someone told the coach [about the shooting], who told someone to lock the doors and soon the boys’ junior varsity basketball team was huddled in fear in a dark corner of the smelly locker room at Saugus High School, hoping for word that everything was OK but worried a gunman might burst through the doors.

The article goes on to state the following:

Sanchez and his teammates didn’t know what happened, but they soon got text messages with a mix of fact and fiction.

Sanchez said the boys texted their families, and that they received information from a relative about “an active shooter on campus” telling them to “get somewhere safe.”

Another report came from Isabella Perez, who told her mom there might be “someone on campus.”

“I love you, too,” her mother sent in a text, adding three hearts.

“I’m so scared I can hear the police,” Isabella texted in return. “I love you. I just gonna keep saying it.”

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