Seven people were killed in mass shooting consisting of two separate scenes in Half Moon Bay on Monday afternoon, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
Four victims with gunshot wounds were found dead around 14:22 in the nursery in the 12700 quarter of San Mateo Road (Route 92), Sheriff office said. Another victim of the shooting was taken to Stanford Medical Center. with life-threatening injuries.
Shortly after this discovery, three more the victims of the shooting were found dead in another nursery along block 2100 of Cabrillo Highway South, according to the sheriff office.
Authorities identified the suspect as 67-yearis an old resident of Half Moon Bay, Chunli Zhao. He was taken into custody without incident around 4:40 p.m. after he was found in his vehicle in parking space of sheriff office substation in Half Moon Bay Sheriff office said. AND semi- automatic pistol found in his car.
Resident Tom Watson describes “scaryand the disturbing scene in Half moon bay after deadly shooting left at least seven dead Monday.
Authorities believe Zhao acted alone, San Mateo County Sheriff Cristina Corpus said. motive for the shooting was not immediately known.
Affected alleged workers on property, Hull said. Half Moon Bay council member Debbie Ruddock said the victims were Chinese farm workers.
“This is a terrible tragedy. for this is community and families touched by this inexpressible act of violence,” Corps said.
AND family reunification center was set up at IDES Hall, located at 735 Main St. in Crescent Bay.
State Assemblyman Evan Lowe spoke with Jessica Aguirre and NBC Bay Area’s Raj Mathai on the Half Moon Bay mass shooting that left at least seven dead Monday.
executions in Half Moon Bay has come on heels of mass shooting on weekends in Southern California city of Monterey Park, which left eleven people dead.
“This kind of The gunfire is terrible,” Corpus said. – This is a tragedy that we hear about too often, but today hit home here in San Mateo County.
California Governor Gavin Newsom said he was dating with victims of shooting in Monterey Park when he learned of the mass shooting in Crescent Bay.
“Tragedy after tragedy,” he said. in tweet.
Other local, state and federal leaders expressed similar sentiments.
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