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Mass Shooting in Fresno, California Shooter Unknown

Fresno Mass Casualty Shooting Event Scene
Mass Shooting in Fresno, California Shooter Unknown

Mass Shooting in Fresno, California Shooter Unknown

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“Several people” are dead and at least nine people were wounded Sunday night in what Fresno police described as a “mass casualty shooting” in southeast Fresno,” the Fresno Police Department has confirmed.

The exact number of dead wasn’t immediately clear, but Lt. Bill Dooley told The Fresno Bee at least nine people had been shot in the backyard of a home near Caesar and Lamona Avenues. Dooley said it was a “mass casualty” incident” with “several” people dead.

No information on the shooter or shooters was immediately available.

Police believe a group of people were gathered at the home, possibly watching football when the violence erupted around 6 p.m.

Multiple neighbors, who declined to be named for safety reasons, said they heard multiple gunshots.

This is a developing story.

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