He was shot dead at the veteran home in California, shooting a man and three female hostages on Friday night.
The shooting took place on Friday morning local time. An armed man opened fire in the veteran home of Yountville, north of San Francisco, Napa Valley. The police were on the scene within minutes, surrounded by the building, and the sheriff’s office warned the neighborhood. The culprit, a young man whose identity has not been disclosed, handed out 15 to 30 shots, including the arriving police. The house and its surroundings were sealed off, emptied nearby buildings and the golf course, and special police officers trained in hostage-takers tried to reach an agreement with a gunman in a home. After unsuccessful attempts, the police entered the building and found the corpse of the armed man and three hostages. It is not yet known exactly what has happened. A California Senator told reporters earlier that the shooting man was a member of the Road to Homeland program, more accurately. The program will help veterans with posttraumatic stress syndrome (PTSD). The three hostages are assumed to be members of the veteran home.
June Iljana, spokesman of the California Veterans Affairs Office, even informed the press on Friday afternoon that in this institution, one of the largest US homes, 850 elderly or disabled war veterans, there were soldiers who came to the Korean and Vietnamese wars during the invasion of Iraqi desert or in the Iraq war launched by President Bush.
Source: MTI / Image: chronika.ro /