California: 8 Killed In Mass Shooting In San Jose Rail Yard

WORLD Team Latestly|

An employee shot dead at least eight people at a rail yard in California on May 26, police said, in the latest mass shooting to hit the United States. The male suspect also died and several others suffered major injuries in the incident at the public transit maintenance yard in San Jose, just south of San Francisco. Bomb squads were deployed after reports of explosive devices within the compound & were trying to "clear out every room and every crevice" of the building, Russell Davis, a Santa Clara County Sheriff's deputy, told journalists. There are eight victims that are pronounced dead at this point and there is one suspect that's pronounced dead," said Davis, adding those numbers could rise. "The suspect is a VTA employee," he added, referring to the local Valley Transportation Authority. Police had rushed to investigate multiple early morning 911 calls reporting gunshots. No immediate details were provided on whether the shooter was killed by police or took his own life, or about the type of weapon he used. Several people were receiving medical treatment, said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo. "Our hearts are pained for the families of those we have lost in this horrific shooting," he tweeted.

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