It wasn’t clear, however, if anyone entered Paddock’s room that day, or, if they did, what they saw.
A shooting in Long Beach, California Friday afternoon left one victim and the gunman dead, the mayor said. Another person was injured.
Mayor Robert Garcia tweeted that the third person who was shot in a law office Friday is hospitalized in stable condition. He says the shooter and a victim are dead in what appears to be a workplace killing.
Video showed people running from an unmarked building shouting about a shooting inside. Police say they received reports of a shooter at 2:25 p.m.
Long Beach police called the incident a “workplace violence incident.” It is now a murder investigation, police said.
One shooting victim apparently drove himself to the hospital, according to CBS Los Angeles.
Video showed people running from an unmarked building shouting that there was a shooting inside.
The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.
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A mass shooter opened fire Sunday at a church in Antioch, Tennessee, and the gunman reportedly killed one person and injured seven more before shooting himself. Police say the suspect is in custody, however, recovering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at a Nashville-area hospital.
According to NBC News, the shooting took place around 11:15am CT, as people began calling in to report gunshots at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ. In addition to the victims who were shot, local law enforcement reportedly said one person is in the hospital after being beaten with a pistol.
In the aftermath of the shooting, Nashville ABC affiliate reporter Josh Breslow tweeted out a video of an area resident who described victims of the shooting making their way to her front door.
VIDEO: Woman next door to Burnette Chapel Church Of Christ in #Antioch describes shooting victims showing up at front door.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Church bells throughout Orlando will ring 49 times at noon Monday, a year after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Gov. Rick Scott ordered U.S. flags around Florida to be flown at half-staff, a giant rainbow flag will be unveiled at the Orange County government building, and three separate services at the Pulse nightclub will be held as well as a large evening gathering in the heart of downtown Orlando to honor the 49 patrons massacred at the gay nightclub.
The first service, closed to the public, was held for survivors, local officials and club employees, overlapping with the exact time gunman Omar Mateen began firing shots — a little after 2 a.m. on June 12, 2016 — during “Latin Night” at Pulse, reports CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG-TV.
“Just after 1 a.m. the angels walked through the parking lot and surrounded the nightclub,” the station says.