There were ‘at least 200 people’ inside the bar tonight when the gunman opened fire. Police said the number of casualties is ‘very likely’ to go up.
One witness told ABC7: ‘I was at the front door talking to my stepdad. I heard these big pops.
‘There were three or four and I hit the ground. The security guard was dead and the man had a handgun.
A gunman has opened fire at a country music bar in the city of Thousand Oaks, California, injuring at least 11 people and killing one.
A witness said: ‘This maniac came in. Threw in smoke to confuse people and opened fire on the dancefloor. He’s taken many young lives’.
The shooter stormed the student night at Borderline Bar and Grill wearing a black trenchcoat armed with a ‘high capacity’ pistol and smoke grenades.
Among the victims was a Ventura County deputy sheriff and a doorman – as well as a cashier and college students. The lifeless body of a suspected male victim was seen outside of the venue.
Police confirmed the shooter was one of the 11 injured, but it was not clear if he was dead or alive. Officials said there have been fatalities but would not say how many.
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