Publicado: Vie, Noviembre 09, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Dead After California Shooting At Popular Nightspot, Police Say

Dead After California Shooting At Popular Nightspot, Police Say

Authorities have not yet determined a motive for the killings.

Teylor Whittler described the scene as gunfire erupted.

Ron Helus, a 29-year veteran of the department and an officer from the California Highway Patrol were the first to arrive on the scene just before 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

"It's a horrific incident", Dean told reporters.

Authorities and witnesses say the gunman wore dark clothing and didn't say anything as he fired inside the bar. The gunman was throwing smoke grenades all over the place. That, it turn, closely followed the series of pipe bombs mailed to critics of President Donald Trump.

Dean said Long was a veteran of the United States marine corps. His face was partly covered as he shot at people in the club.

There were multiple people injured in the attack as well, but Dean said the exact number was unclear because a number of them had taken themselves to hospitals for treatment. "They would go fishing up in the Sierras together". Sergeant Helus immediately made entry into the bar and confronted the shooter. "I don't know what to say to other people that are going through the same situation as I am".

One of whom also survived the Vegas shooting, the LA Times reported.

The bar's website says its hosts "College Country Night" every Wednesday. The venue was holding a weekly "college night" attended by around 100 people.

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Nick Steinwender, who is part of the university's student government, said his friends were inside the bar when the shooting started. My parents let me go here.

"Oh Cody, I love you son".

When the gunman entered, people screamed and fled to all corners of the bar, while a few people threw barstools through the windows and helped dozens to escape, witnesses said.

Law enforcement officials identified the gunman as Ian David Long of Newbury Park, a 28-year-old ex-Marine who used a.45-caliber Glock handgun. Gunshots were heard even as officers were responding to the incident. One of them was Jason Coffman, father of a 22-year-old man who he learned was among those killed. A crisis intervention specialist was called to his house and talked to him, but left without taking him into custody, Dean said. Then he said he saw the gunman, wearing a black beanie and black hoodie and holding a handgun.

The station said one person was seen - apparently lifeless - on the ground outside the bar's entrance.

"I was thinking I would just go under a table until a man came up from behind me, grabbed me up by the waist and pulled me up and told me, 'Run!" He told her, "I've got to go handle a call".

"We heard shots, I looked up and knew exactly what was happening". He said he had friends who hadn't been accounted for.

Numerous victims of the Las Vegas shooting had traveled to the country music festival from Southern California and several had connections to Thousand Oaks.

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