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People react outside the unification center at the Alamo Gym, following a shooting at Santa Fe High School Friday, May 18, 2018, in Santa Fe, Texas.
AP Photo/David J. Phillip
It will take some time for authorities to officially confirm the victims' identities. We will update this post as we learn more. Click here to refresh for the latest.
This is what we know about the victims so far:
Sabika Sheikh, a Pakistani exchange student
Sabika Sheikh, a Pakistani exchange student who was killed in the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School on Friday, May 18, 2018.Screenshot via Twitter/NPR
Sabika Sheikh was a Pakistani exchange student who took part in the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program.
Congress established YES in 2002. The program provides scholarships to high school students from countries with populations that are majority Muslim.
The Pakistan Embassy in Washington, DC, commented on Sheikh's death on Friday afternoon:
"Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry has expressed heartfelt condolences for the victims of the tragic incident at the Santa Fe High School in Texas this morning. Among the victims was Sabika Sheikh, a Pakistani exchange student. "Our thoughts and prayers are with Sabika's family and friends". Ambassador Chaudhry. Our Consul General in Houston is in touch with the authorities concerned to ascertain facts"
Source: NPR/YES Program
Chris Stone, a junior at Santa Fe High School
Chris Stone, a junior at Santa Fe High School, where a deadly mass shooting occurred on May 18, 2018.Screenshot via KVUE
Chris Stone was a junior at Santa Fe High School. His family had been searching local hospitals for him shortly after the shooting on Friday.
Source: KVUE/Fox 26 Houston/Facebook
Ann Perkins, a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School
Ann Perkins was a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School. A local gymnastics club where her daughter is a member posted the announcement on its Facebook page on Friday.
Source: AZ Central/Facebook
Angelique Ramirez.Screenshot via Facebook
Sylvia Pritchett, who identified herself as Angelique Ramirez's aunt on Facebook, posted a message earlier Friday, saying that authorities told her family Ramirez had been shot in the leg. She posted an update later announcing Ramirez had died.
Cynthia Tisdale.Screenshot via Facebook
Cynthia Tisdale was also a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High School. Her brother-in-law, John, posted an update on Facebook, confirmed her death Friday.
Aaron Kyle McLeod
Aaron Kyle McLeod was a student at Santa Fe High School. His family confirmed to the local ABC News affiliate KTRK that he was among the dead on Friday.
Source: KTRK/ABC 13
Kimberly Jessica Vaughan
Jessica VaughanScreenshot via Facebook
Kimberly Jessica Vaughan was a student at Santa Fe High School. She was in art class at the time of the shooting on Friday. Her mother initally wrote online that she was having trouble locating her. She later confirmed to ABC News that her daughter was among those who died.
Source: ABC News
Jared Conard Black, 17
Jared Conard Black was a student at the Santa Fe High School. His family confirmed to KTRK that he was among the dead on Friday, and his uncle told the station that Black had just turned 17 two days before the shooting.
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