Several Injured In Shooting At Bar In Southern California, Says Police

Several Injured In Shooting At Bar In Southern California, Says Police

Several Injured In Shooting At Bar In Southern California, Says Police

It was college night and country two-step lessons were being offered Wednesday at the Borderline, according to its website.

The Times reports that there were multiple reports of shots fired and people hit.

Multiple people were seen being led out of the bar by deputies.

Israel's Consul General in Los Angeles Sam Grundwerg released a statement that "I have not received any information on Israeli victims" in the incident.

A sheriff's captain says at least 11 people - including a responding deputy - were shot late Wednesday when a suspect opened fire in a Southern California bar filled with college students.

A distraught witness who was inside the bar with his stepson during the shooting told KABC-TV those inside the venue were mostly teens.

The Ventura County Fire Department confirmed just after midnight that there had been reports of "multiple injuries" at the bar.

Police say the threat is still active and the shooter is still at large after opening fire at the Borderline Bar and Grill.

"I don't know the status of those six people or if one of those six is the shooter, it's still very fluid".

Witnesses said a man fired several shots from a handgun before throwing smoke bombs into the crowded bar.

Several injured in shooting at a bar in southern California in U.S., police said.

Police said that at least 30 shots had been fired. Active law enforcement incident.

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