Authorities believe Thousand Oaks gunman posted on social media before attack

Dad's last words to firstborn son

Twelve Dead After Mass Shooting At California Bar's College Student Night

Caila Sanford rushed to donate blood as she wiped tears from her eyes.

The scene was heart-breaking, A father broke down in front of the media while talking about his eldest son who was among the 12 people gunned down at the Borderline Bar and Grill here in California on Wednesday (Nov 7), night.

It was his 22-year-old son's friends, who told him about the shooting at Borderline. Among those killed was a man, who had survived the Las Vegas massacre in 2017. She never expected there would be a mass shooting so close to her home in California.

"This really hits home for me".

"I hope people call me insane". I've been to this bar many, many times.

Dean said authorities have not yet identified a motive for the attack.

"There's people that live a whole lifetime without seeing this, and then there's people that have seen it twice".

He reportedly turned the gun on himself as scores of police officers closed in. He felt compelled to comfort victims of Wednesday night's shooting and show his support but the pain from his wounds so long ago is still fresh.

According to the website Gun Violence Archive, more than 12,000 people have been killed by firearms in the U.S. so far this year, including about 3,000 people under the age of 18.

Matt Wennerstrom said he instinctively pulled people behind a pool table, and he and friends shielded women with their bodies after hearing the shots.

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Long joined the Marines at 18 and was married as a 19-year-old in Honolulu in June 2009, according to military and court records.

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The frequency of mass shootings leaves some Americans numb. "The second time around doesn't get any easier".

"I'm super upset that it happened in our home, and I feel very bad for the families that have to go through this", Merrill said at the vigil. "Not just here - the grocery store, the mall". In May, a mass shooting at a school in Santa Fe, Texas, left 10 dead.

"We have a faith in our God, in our Christ", Johnston said. The bar was hosting its weekly country music night for college students, according to its website.

Other than the call in April, Long's only other contact with authorities came after a traffic collision and after he alleged he was the victim of a violent encounter in 2015 at another bar in Thousand Oaks, the sheriff said.

The Marine Corps said Long earned several awards, including a Combat Action Ribbon and a Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal.

Grace Fisher is a mom who is fearful for her three children. "More. Guns", she said. "It's part of the horrors that are happening in our country and everywhere, and I think it's impossible to put any logic or sense to the senselessness".

"He didn't come out", Coffman, 41, of Camarillo said. This kid was mentally disturbed in high school. 'What are you going to do if this happens?

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