The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is reporting that officers are responding to gunshots outside Graham-Kapowsin High School.
Graham-Kapowsin High School is located at 108th Ave E & Eustis Hunt Road E. The shots were reportedly fired on the Eustis Hunt Road side of the campus. Officials said the victims ran back onto the campus after being shot.
One of the victims was found in the parking lot by the football field, Troyer said, and one was found in the school's locker room.
It's unclear what the students' conditions are, but they've been taken to Tacoma General Hospital.
The shooting happened at Graham-Kapowsin High School in the town of Graham in Washington state.
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Deputies are seeking a green sedan with multiple males inside that may have fled the school after the shooting, Troyer said.
Deputies who checked the school's grounds found no signs any suspects were there.
Four schools in the district went under lockdown, but Graham Elementary students were recently released to their buses, per the district. All students still on campus are with deputies and considered by authorities to be safe while investigation continues.
Graham-Kapowsin High School had 1,855 students during the 2014-2015 school year.
This is a developing story and will be updated.