People in Santa Clarita are coming together to comfort each other in candlelight vigils after a deadly school shooting. Winnie Dutt, a mother of a student at the school, remembers the chilling moment her son called her during the shooting.
A number of other students at Saugus High School, a half-hour north of Los Angeles, sent text messages expressing their love to parents as word of an active shooter spread through the school. The 16-year-old boy accused of killing two students and wounding three others remains in critical condition today after turning the gun on himself. Authorities say the shooting lasted only 16 seconds.