Half Moon Bay, Calif., shooting: at least 7 dead, 1 injured and one suspect in custody, official says


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There are at least seven people dead and at least one seriously injured after shooting at two locations in Half Moon Bay, Dave Pine, chairman of the San Mateo Board of Supervisors, told CNN.

The suspect was apprehended and is a 67-year-old man who lives in Half Moon, Pine said.

According to Pine, one shooting took place at a mushroom farm and another near a trucking facility, about two miles from the farm.

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A suspect is in custody after a shooting that left multiple victims in the town of Half Moon Bay, Calif., the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said.

“The suspect is in custody. There is no continuing threat to the community at this time,” the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. Tweeter.

The bureau did not provide further details on the incident after tweeting earlier Monday that law enforcement officials were responding to the shooting.

“Sheriff’s Office is responding to a shooting incident with multiple casualties in the area of ​​Hwy 92 and HMB city limits,” the tweet read.

Governor Gavin Newsom said he was at a hospital meeting with victims of the Monterey Park mass shooting when he was “removed to be notified of another shooting”. This time in Half Moon Bay.

“Tragedy Upon Tragedy”, Newsom tweeted.

The shooting at Monterey Park this weekend left 11 dead.

Half Moon Bay is about 28 miles south of San Francisco and is in the westernmost part of San Mateo County, according to information on the city’s website.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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