Friday, 24 May, 2019

Thousand Oaks mass shooting survivor: "My friend killed my other friends"

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Relatives of victims mourn the death of bar shooting rampage at Los Robles Medical Center in Ventura County, California, the United States, on November 8, 2018.

Authorities brought in a mental health specialist who concluded that Long could not be involuntarily committed for psychiatric observation but anxious the 28-year-old Marine veteran might have post-traumatic stress disorder. He's pictured (right) in a photo supplied by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Police said they had previous contact with the gunman. Berge, who took care of Long's mother's dogs, said she told him following that incident she anxious her son might take his own life but did not fear he would hurt her.

Investigators have not commented on a motive for the rampage or whether mental illness played a role. "I gotta go on a call".

Dallas Knapp was in the Borderline Bar and Grill when suspect Ian David Long entered and opened fire, killing 12 people.

"That Sheriff's Sergeant died in the hospital".

A police officer is among the wounded in the mass shooting at the Borderline bar in the city of Thousand Oaks near Los Angeles, reports say.

Tel Orfanos lived through the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history only to lose his life in another one less than 10 minutes from his home barely a year later, a tragic coincidence that has devastated his friends and family.

His mother, Susan Orfanos, spoke about the tragedy to The New York Times, and she told the publication, "He was killed last night at Borderline".

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The elder Coffman said today he told his son not to drink and drive and that the last thing he said to him was: "I love you".

Telemachus Orfanos, 27, a Navy veteran, survived the October 2017 mass shooting at a country music concert in Las Vegas that killed 58 people. Neighbors told local news channel ABC6 that Long lived with his mother, who had expressed concern over her son's behavior.

"I'm super upset that it happened in our home, and I feel bad for the families that have to go through this", Merrill said at the vigil. He declined to engage on questions on whether the nation needs stricter gun control laws.

Manrique was a Marine Corps veteran who returned from duty in Afghanistan in 2007. But 13 months later, another mass shooter killed him.

"I wanted to help as best I could", Kelly said.

Thousand Oaks, ranked the third safest city in the United States in 2018 by website Niche, was added to the list of victims of gun violence in a country divided over its gun policies. Gunshots were heard even as officers were responding to the incident.

Witnesses said that the gunman threw several smoke grenades before he started shooting at around 11.20pm on Wednesday night (3.20pm yesterday, Singapore time), reported AFP.

"I saw him point to the back of the cash register ... and he just kept firing".

A short time later, just before 10 a.m., he received the news he said would forever change his life.