Gracie Muehlberger Bio
Gracie Muehlberger was one of two students who killed in the Saugus High School shooting. He was killed in Saugus High School shooting on November 14. His death was first confirmed by the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital’s official Twitter account,
Gracie Muehlberger Siblings
Muehlberger’s brother, Riley, tweeted shortly after, “my heart is killing me right now, you are the best sister I could’ve asked for, I know you’re my guardian angel now. I love you, Gracie. On November 15, Muehlberger’s identity was confirmed by the Los Angeles coroner.
Saugus High School Shooter
Nathaniel Berhow has identified as the suspect in a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. He is 16 years old Berhow, a sophomore at the high school. He pulled a gun out of his backpack and opened fire on his classmates on his 16th birthday.
He sustained a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in addition to allegedly shooting six other people. He was taken to the hospital; authorities described Berhow’s condition as grave.
Saugus High School Student
The students of Saugus High have been politically active in the past, in the hopes of preventing the very event that took place on Thursday. Many of them joined the March for Our Lives Movement and participated in the nationwide walkouts that took place in March 2018.
"We heard what sounded like binders dropping."
Two students describe scene at Santa Clarita high school amid reported shooting this morning: "We had no idea where we were going to go, we just knew to get out." https://t.co/81af6KbPi4 pic.twitter.com/owTDFXt2HC
— ABC News (@ABC) November 14, 2019