Multiple injuries in mass shooting at California nightclub

Multiple injuries in mass shooting at California nightclub

Multiple injuries in mass shooting at California nightclub

At least six people have been shot after a gunman opened fire in a bar in Thousand Oaks, California on Wednesday night, according to reports. We are still looking for the shooter.

Officers from the Ventura County Sheriff's Office and California Highway Patrol said about 30 shots were fired and several people were injured.

At least eleven, including a sherrif's deputy, were injured, ABC reported.

People say he threw "smoke grenades all over the place".

When deputies responded to the scene, he said, shots were still being fired. "These poeple have never hurt anyone in their lives, they are just kids", he said.

"Multiple injuries reported", the Ventura County Fire Department tweeted. Law enforcement and emergency crews were flooding the scene.

The witness said the suspect had a handgun and then he also saw the smoke bombs and the guard being shot.


Authorities say 11 people including sheriff's deputy shot at Southern California bar; no deaths yet confirmed.

Borderline Bar & Grill is a western-style facility that hosts theme nights such as country, salsa and swing dancing.

A witness told KABC-TV that there were many young people "having a great time" in the bar when a man entered and "started shooting".

A witness told ABC7: 'I was at the front door talking to my stepdad.

A college country night was being held at the venue, which is popular for line dancing.

This is a developing story, check back for updates.

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