Series of California shootings eliminate 5, injury kid at school

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Jim Schultz/The Record Searchlight/ AP

Crime tape obstructs off Rancho Tehama Road leading into the Rancho Tehama neighborhood south of Red Bluff, Calif., following a deadly shooting on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017.

Published Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017|10:41 a.m.

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RED BLUFF, Calif.– A gunman eliminated 4 individuals and wounded a number of others at random Tuesday at multiple areas in rural Northern California, consisting of an elementary school, prior to cops shot him dead, authorities said.

2 healthcare facilities said they were dealing with seven individuals, including at least three kids.

Details were still sketchy hours after the shooting and authorities didn’t have a firm count of the wounded due to the number of places where the shooter opened fire in the community of Rancho Tehama Reserve, about 130 miles north of Sacramento, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston stated.

One trainee was wounded at the school and another kid was shot while owning with a woman, who likewise was injured, Johnston said.

“It was very clear at the start that we had an individual that was randomly picking targets,” Johnston said.

He declined to launch the name of the shooter but said the shooting began with a domestic violence incident that next-door neighbors reported.

Brian Flint informed the Record Searchlight paper in the city of Redding that his neighbor, whom he understands just as Kevin, was the shooter and that his roommate was among the victims. He stated the shooter also stole his truck.

“The insane thing is that the neighbor has actually been shooting a great deal of bullets recently, hundreds of rounds, large publications,” Flint said. “We made it conscious that this man is crazy and he’s been threatening us.”

Authorities have recuperated a semi-automatic rifle and 2 handguns after the shootings in the rural subdivision explained on its website as a “peaceful personal country neighborhood” where “the people are friendly and the rate is relaxed.”

Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant with the Corning Union Primary School District, stated no one was eliminated at the school with kindergarten through 5th grades.

Three individuals were being dealt with at a health center in Redding, about 50 miles north of the shootings, Grace Medical Center spokesperson Marcy Miracle stated. She decreased to supply other information about the victims or their injuries.

Four others, including 3 kids, were being treated at Enloe Medical Center in Chico, about 50 miles southeast of the shootings, health center spokesperson Nicole Johansson said.

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