Four people are dead, including a child, and two injured after a shooter opened fire at an office building in Orange, California.
According to the Orange Police Department, authorities responded to a call at 5:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday and arrived on the scene “as shots were being fired.”
They observed “multiple victims at the scene including fatalities,” as well as experienced “an officer-involved shooting”…
Wednesday’s incident marks the third mass shooting in the United States in just over two weeks. Prior to March 16, the country had gone a year without a public mass shooting, defined as involving four or more fatal victims, according to the Violence Project, a non-profit research organization dedicated to reducing gun violence.
Author: Jen Juneau