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

Sheriff: 13 Dead in Southern California Shooting

Sheriff: 13 Dead in Southern California Shooting

"This doesn't happen anywhere else on planet Earth". "What I saw and experienced at Route 91 reaffirmed that I want to be a firefighter", he said.

The LA Times reported: "A lot of people in the Route 91 situation go here". Others jumped over chairs and broke windows to get out of the bar.

On Thursday, authorities provided an update on the shooting. Law Enforcement and First Responders, together with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are on scene. It's unclear whether the magazine was legally purchased.

The gunman was dressed in a black trench coat and wearing glasses when he walked into the bar filled with people enjoying a night of line dancing.

A team of student journalists was among those delivering live coverage from the scene of a deadly mass shooting at a Southern California bar where some of their fellow students were partying as the horrific attack unfolded.

Thousand Oaks is in Ventura County, about 40 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

Katie Ray agreed, saying the Borderline bar was a "place of healing" for the group after the Las Vegas shooting.

Helus was not only a 29-year sheriff veteran, but he was also a husband and father. The 28-year-old was on active duty with the marines from August 2008 to March 2013, CNN reported, citing the Department of Defense.

Dean said around 10 other people were shot and wounded.

Officials have not released the names of all the victims as they worked to notify the families. According to the bar's website, a "College Country" night was going on at the time of the shooting. Once safely outside, the uninjured hugged and awaited word about those still inside.

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"Oh, Cody, I love you, son", Coffman sobbed.

The identity of the gunman is allegedly 28-year-old David Ian Long, a military veteran who apparently drove his mother's auto to the scene. He was deployed to Afghanistan from November 16, 2010 to June 14, 2011, the Marine Corps said.

"I've been here fighting for him all morning long, and we did just get the news that he was one of [those] killed last night".

Police have not identified a motive.

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office later told NBC Los Angeles that the shooter had been killed. Investigators are working out the details of what transpired, Dean added.

Police said hundreds were inside when the shooting occurred.

"We are consistently ranked one of the highest with respect to lowest crime rate per capita, we're proud of that", Thousand Oaks mayor, Andy Fox, told CNN.

President Donald Trump was briefed on the shooting and praised law enforcement officers for their response.

"Great bravery shown by police". California Highway Patrol was on scene within 3 minutes, with first officer to enter shot numerous times.

Sergeant Ron Helus is among the victims killed. God bless all of the victims and families of the victims. We will continue updating this story as more information becomes available.

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