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David Ortiz Reflects on Life After DR Shooting, His Long Recovery

David Ortiz Reflects on Life After DR Shooting, His Long Recovery

Legendary Red Sox slugger David Ortiz says that, despite not being 100% healed after he was shot in his native Dominican Republic in June, he’s not afraid of returning to the country he loves.

But he will be more careful when he does return — just one of the many lessons he’s learned in the last 99 days.

“I spent six weeks without being able to eat or to drink any water, and you don’t know the value of it until you face the situation,” he said.

Ortiz was shot June 9 at a bar in Santo Domingo, a day he describes as a “nightmare,” but he only made his first public appearance last week, throwing out the first pitch at Fenway Park. Always a larger than life figure at the stadium, he was nevertheless “a little nervous” for that, Ortiz told reporters Monday at Fenway. But it went away once he started greeting his ex-teammates and staff members there.

“It was like they really missed me, that’s what it feels like,” Ortiz said. “Walking through the field and just watching how everybody embraced me, it was a great feeling.”

Ortiz underwent three surgeries — one in the Dominican Republic and two at Massachusetts General Hospital after being flown home.

It was a hard process, he said, but the doctors at Mass. General were amazing. He also learned something from the happiness he felt when visitors stopped into his room.

“I always used to love going to hospitals to visit sick people,” he said. “I’m gonna be into it even more now because I know– now I understand how important that is for a patient.”

The legendary designated hitter was released from Massachusetts General Hospital in July.

The process of both physical and emotional healing has taken a toll on him due to the gossip surrounding the shooting, Ortiz said, citing rumors about the motive that flew on social media as investigators tried to piece together what happened. He couldn’t answer those rumors while he recovered.

Investigators in the Dominican Republic have determined that Ortiz was not the intended target of the shooting and that he was a victim of mistaken identity. Fourteen people have been arrested in the case.

Ortiz privately hired former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis to investigate the shooting.

As for going back, he said, his family is still down there and he’ll definitely go back. “I’m just not going to be careless like I used to be, because anything can happen.”

Ortiz, a 10-time All-Star, made quite a mark on Fenway Park, hitting .286/.380/.552/.931 in his career with 541 home runs and the 2013 World Series MVP. He played 14 seasons in Boston.


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New Gun Laws Take Effect as Texas Mourns Another Shooting

New Gun Laws Take Effect as Texas Mourns Another Shooting

In the wake of a deadly shooting spree in West Texas, nearly a dozen new gun laws took effect in Texas Sunday — many of them loosening regulations and restrictions on firearms.

All of the legislation was passed months before the mass shootings in El Paso and the Permian Basin took place. 

Critics argued the new laws send the wrong message about the state’s commitment to preventing mass shootings.

“There’s just a host of these new restrictions — or new loosening of restrictions — that have come into place that just make no sense,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.

He said Texas already has some of the most lenient and lax gun laws in the country — and that state lawmakers should be focused on making it tougher for dangerous people to get their hands on guns.

Jenkins joined a growing list of Democratic leaders urging Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to call a special session to address gun violence. He said all options, including red flag laws, universal background checks and restricting high-capacity magazines, should be on the table.

“My question is a serious one — how many more of our citizens will die at the hands of domestic terrorists before we act?” Jenkins said. “I realize this is Texas. And I realize that it’s unlikely that we will follow the lead of Florida after the Parkland shooting. But let’s take a look at what we can agree to do. Let’s go ahead and take those votes.”

“We’re talking about reasonable gun safety laws. We’re not talking about taking away all guns,” said Sheila Madigan Levatino with Texas Gun Sense, a gun control advocacy group. “We are talking about gun locks for families that have kids under 18, we’re talking about banning assault style weapons, we’re talking about making gun purchases harder. It’s not unreasonable.”

Levatino said her group’s priorities included universal background checks and a red flag law to prevent those who pose a risk to themselves or others from accessing guns.

Levatino said the timing of the new, more lenient gun laws was tragic.

Texas Gov. Abbott Stresses Need to Find Solutions to Mass Shootings

[NATL] Texas Gov. Abbott Stresses Need to Find Solutions to Mass Shootings

“Tragic, absolutely tragic. But in one tragic way, it makes the point more clear about these laws and what they really, really are,” she said.

Speaking from Odessa Sunday, Abbott defended the new laws.

“We need solutions that will keep guns out of the hands of criminals like the killer here in Odessa, while also assuring that we safeguard Second Amendment rights,” he said.

Abbott pointed to a new law that eases restrictions on the number of school marshals who can carry guns.

“Some of these laws were enacted for the purpose of making our communities safer,” he said.

Though he stopped short of throwing his support behind a special session, he insisted state leaders were doing everything they could to prevent more tragedies from happening.

8 Dead After West Texas Shooting

[NATL] 8 Dead After West Texas Shooting

“We have a sense of urgency to arrive at solutions,” Abbott said. “And we are working quickly to hammer out some solutions, to put some solutions on the table.”

The new gun laws taking effect Sunday include:

House Bill 1143: This law allows anyone who is licensed to carry, including school employees, to store guns and ammunition inside their vehicles on school property — provided that they do not leave the guns or ammunition in plain view.

House Bill 1387: This law eliminates restrictions on how many armed school marshals school districts can have on each of their campuses. School marshals are civilian employees who are allowed to carry guns on school campuses. They are appointed by the school district, must be licensed to carry, must pass a psychological evaluation and must complete state-approved training. Their identities are kept secret from all but a few school officials.

Senate Bill 535: This law removes “churches, synagogues and other places of worship” from the state’s list of prohibited locations where guns are not allowed. Churches and places of worship still have the right individually to ban guns on their properties, much like private business owners do. However, now they will be required to post the appropriate signage at their entrances.

House Bill 302: This law bars landlords from including “no firearms” clauses in leasing agreements — and requires them to allow tenants to possess or store legal guns in their apartments and parking lots.

Odessa Police Chief: ’This Was a Joint Effort’ to Bring Shooter to Justice

[NATL] Odessa Police Chief:  ’This Was a Joint Effort’ to Bring Shooter to Justice

House Bill 2363: This law eases restrictions on guns and ammunition inside state-approved foster homes. It requires that any firearms and ammunition be stored separately within the home, or that they be stored together in a locked location.

House Bill 1177: This bill allows citizens who are evacuating from a local or state-declared disaster zone to carry a concealed handgun without a license for up to one week.

House Bill 121: This bill protects licensed gun owners who enter establishments where guns are prohibited against trespassing charges, so long as they leave promptly when notified by the property owner.

NBC 5’s Diana Zoga contributed to this report.


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David Ortiz Shares First Photos of Himself Since Shooting

David Ortiz Shares First Photos of Himself Since Shooting

Big Papi is back!

David Ortiz vowed he’d be back in his first remarks after he was shot June 9 in his native Dominican Republican, and on Sunday, he posted the first pictures of himself on Instagram since the shooting that sent shock waves through Red Sox Nation.

The photos posted Sunday show the former Boston designated hitter and his wife Tiffany smiling next to their daughter Alex, a first-year student at the Berklee College of Music. The Ortiz family appears to be in Alex’s Boston dorm room. 

“A life experience take place on us dropping off one of my kids at college….. good luck with everything and remember ‘ to be great you have to bring the best out of you everyday’ lov you….mom & dad!!!” the proud dad captioned the post.

The former Red Sox slugger has been laying low while recovering at his home, where he reportedly has been monitored by nurses and his personal doctor.

Ortiz, 43, underwent emergency surgery in the D.R. before being flown to Boston to receive further care at Massachusetts General Hospital. He underwent three surgeries before being released from MGH on July 26.

Authorities in the Dominican Republic have said Ortiz was not the intended target of the hitman who shot him. Instead, they say it was Sixto David Fernandez, who was seated next to Ortiz at a Santo Domingo bar.

The Red Sox legend remains a beloved figure in Boston and beyond. He retired in 2017 after leading the team to three World Series championships and his number, 34, was retired shortly after. He also has a bridge and a stretch of road outside Fenway Park named after him.


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With No Family in Town, Husband of El Paso Shooting Victim Invites Public to Her Funeral

With No Family in Town, Husband of El Paso Shooting Victim Invites Public to Her Funeral

A man who lost his wife in a mass shooting that killed nearly two dozen people in El Paso, Texas, last week is inviting the public to celebrate her life as he has no other family in town, a funeral home said Tuesday.

Margie Reckard, 63, was among 22 people killed Aug. 3 in the Walmart attack, which authorities say was carried out by a 21-year-old Allen man who wanted to target people of Mexican descent, NBC News reported.

Her husband, Antonio Basco, is inviting anyone to attend the service Friday at Perches Funeral Home, the funeral home said in a statement. Basco told KFOX-TV of El Paso days after the shooting that he and Reckard have been together for 22 years. 

“When I met her, she was an angel, and she still is,” Basco said. “I was supposed to be the strong one, but I found out I’m the weak one, and she’s going to be missed a lot.”


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Ohio Shooting: Gunman Kills 9 Outside Dayton Bar Including Sister

Ohio Shooting: Gunman Kills 9 Outside Dayton Bar Including Sister

Nine people were killed and at least 27 were injured after a gunman wearing body armor and armed with a rifle and high-capacity magazines opened fire on a line of people waiting to get inside a bar in a popular nightlife area of Dayton, Ohio.

The suspected gunman was identified as 24-year-old Connor Betts.

Police say Betts’ 22-year-old sister Megan was the youngest of the deceased victims, who were all killed in the same area. Authorities are now working to see how this fits in with the shooting at the bar.

The other identified victims are Lois L. Oglesby, 27; Saeed Saleh, 38; Derrick R. Fudge, 57; Logan M. Turner, 30; Nicholas P. Cumer, 25; Thomas J. McNichols, 25; Beatrice N. Warren-Curtis, 36; and Monica E. Brickhouse, 39.

9 Killed, 27 Injured In Dayton, Ohio, Shooting

[NATL] 9 Killed, 27 Injured In Dayton, Ohio, Shooting

Surveillance video released by police shows that officers shot Betts, stopping him from entering a bar. 

At a late-afternoon press conference, Dayton Police Chief Richard S. Biehl revealed the gunman’s sister was not the first victim, but was one of the initial victims. Biehl said parents of both the alleged shooter and his deceased sister had been interviewed. Biehl said the suspect was with his sister prior to shooting and that they came to Oregon District in the same vehicle and later separated.

Biehl says he can’t yet answer why Betts began shooting early Sunday in Dayton’s Oregon District and that the .223-caliber rifle Betts used was ordered online from Texas and transferred to Betts at a firearms dealer in the area.

Local hospital representatives say the injuries included gunshot wounds and lacerations. They say at least 15 of the wounded have been released, and several people remain in serious or critical condition.

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley says many more people might have been hurt if police patrolling the area hadn’t been able to respond in less than a minute to the shooting. Whaley says a community vigil is planned Sunday evening.

Dayton’s shooting comes just hours after a 21-year-old killed 20 people and injured 26 more at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. In all, 29 people were killed and 53 injured in the two shootings. 

In Dayton, a survivor described “bodies falling in the line” to get into the bar. The suspected gunman has been killed as well, according to police.

The shooter opened fire outside Ned Peppers Bar in Dayton’s Oregon District around 1 a.m local time, officials and witnesses said. Police patrolling the area shot the suspect within a minute, police said in a press conference later Sunday morning. 

“If Dayton police had not gotten to the shooter in under a minute – and think about that, nine killed and 26 injured in under a minute – hundreds of people in the Oregon District would have been killed,” Whaley said.

The gunman was shot by several officers, police said. They have not released the shooter’s identity or information about a possible motive.

“Clearly, the question has to be, why does Dayton have to be the 250th shooting in America?” Whaley said. “Two hundred and fifty this year. El Paso was 249, Dayton was 250.”

Eye witnesses of the attack also described the speed with which the shooting occurred. 

“I turn around and you can just see bodies falling in the line,” Anthony Reynolds told NBC News. “You hear about it, you see it on TV, but like they say, when it hits home, it hits different.”

Reynolds said he was leaving the bar when the shooting happened, and described the shooter as a heavy-set white man. He said he knew one of the people killed. 

Police also said the FBI is assisting with the investigation and a family assistance center will be set up at the Dayton Convention Center.

Witness Taylor Mayberry said she and a friend heard gunshots erupt inside Ned Peppers Bar. She told NBC she dove to the ground and started running to the bathroom, where others were already hiding. She said she didn’t see the shooter because the bar was crowded.

Mayberry said she got separated from her friend — a nurse — who later called her from a neighboring bar after running out Ned Peppers’ back door and helping the victims. 

“She says she ran around the block to the front of the bar and said she was one of the first people on the site to do compressions, so she said she did compressions on five people, probably, and wasn’t able to save any of them,” Mayberry said. “She says people were gasping for air and she was covered in blood; she lost her phone and just trying to save these people’s lives.”

Reynolds described the Oregon historic district as full of bars and restaurants, live bands and young people on a Saturday night. He also referred to the El Paso shooting.

“Two of them in one day, it’s starting to get scary with these mass shootings,” Reynolds said. 

Ned Peppers posted Sunday on its Facebook page that it’s “confused” why this shooting occurred in their “safe entertainment district.”

Authorities say the shooter opened fire in the popular nightlife area called the Oregon District where Ned Peppers is located.

The post said that police regularly staffed there “engaged the shooter and neutralized the threat.”

Ned Peppers said the bar is assisting police in any way they can. The bar remains closed.

20 Killed in Shooting in El Paso, Texas

[NATL] 20 Killed in Shooting in El Paso, Texas

The bar also posted that a bouncer was being treated for shrapnel wounds.

President Trump tweeted about both mass shootings Sunday morning. “The FBI, local and state law enforcement are working together in El Paso and in Dayton, Ohio,” he tweeted. “Information is rapidly being accumulated in Dayton. Much has already be learned in El Paso. Law enforcement was very rapid in both instances. Updates will be given throughout the day!”

Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio said “thoughts and prayers are not enough” after the Dayton shooting.

In a statement Sunday, Brown said he is angry that state and national lawmakers won’t pass more gun safety laws.

Several proposals have been introduced in the GOP-led Legislature this session that would tighten requirements on firearms sales, transfers and storage. A gun safety group is also pushing to change state law to require background checks on nearly all guns sales.


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El Paso Shooting: At Least 19 Dead in Walmart Attack

El Paso Shooting: At Least 19 Dead in Walmart Attack

A gunman opened fire at a Walmart and a nearby mall in El Paso, Texas, in a Saturday morning assault that killed at least 19 people and wounded 40, law enforcement officials told NBC News. One suspect was in custody.

Police identified the suspect as Patrick Wood Crusius, a resident of the Dallas area, who turned 21 last week, law enforcement sources told NBC. 

El Paso Police Department Sgt. Robert Gomez said first reports of the shooting at a Walmart and the Cielo Vista Mall came in around 10 a.m. local time. Photos and videos on social media showed victims both inside and outside a Walmart SuperCenter located to the west of the mall, just across a parking lot. He would confirm only mulitple victims.

“Our hearts go out to those that have been injured…families of those who may have been killed,” ” El Paso Mayor Dee Margo said. 

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Earlier, the mayor had said police had captured three suspects, but according to police, just one person, a male, was in custody.

“At this time, we have ruled out multiple shooters,” Gomez said. “It’s still active, but as of right now, we have one person in custody.”

He said that police were still investigating a motive. Law enforcement officials believe that Crusius posted a racist, anti-immigrant essay online just before the shooting, NBC News reported.

At Least 19 Dead, 40 Injured in El Paso Mall Shooting: SourcesAt Least 19 Dead, 40 Injured in El Paso Mall Shooting: Sources

A Walmart shopper,Adriana Quezada, told the AP, “I heard the shots but I thought they were hits, like roof construction.”

Quezada, 39, who was in the women’s clothing section of Walmart with her two children. Quezada’s 19-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son threw themselves to the ground, then ran out of the Walmart through an emergency exit. She said they were not hurt.

Walmart tweeted Saturday afternoon, “We’re in shock over the tragic events at Cielo Vista Mall in El Paso, where store 2201 & club 6502 are located. We’re praying for the victims, the community & our associates, as well as the first responders. We’re working closely with law enforcement & will update as appropriate.”

The area where police converged Saturday afternoon is east of downtown El Paso, near the city’s international airport about two miles from the Mexican border.

“There has to be a point where enough is enough. Enough is enough,” said Rep. Veronica Escobar, the Democrat who represents El Paso in Congress, in an interview on MSNBC. “We have been plagued by gun violence in this country and needless tragedy week after week after week and it is about time for sensible gun violence prevention legislation.”

“Here in this community we are going to wrap our arms around each other,” said Escobar, who ended a town hall meeting at Coronado High School 15 miles from the mall because of the shooting. “But the folks elected to every office that have the ability to legislate safety, we have to do it. The time has come … the time came a long time ago.”

University Medical Center, a level one trauma center, got 12 victims, some of whom were dead, others of whom had nonlife-threatening injuries, spokesman Ryan Mielke said. Two children were taken to El Paso Children’s Hospital, 2 and 9 years old. They are in stable condition, officials said. 

Del Sol Medical Center took in 11 patients ranging in age from 35 to 82, according to the NBC affiliate KTSM television station. Nine are in critical condition, two others were stable.

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President Donald Trump tweeted, “Terrible shootings in El Paso, Texas. Reports are very bad, many killed.”

The shooting comes six days after a man opened fire on a garlic festival in Gilroy, California, killing two children and a man and then himself. Twelve people were injured.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called the shooting “a heinous and senseless act of violence” and said the state had deployed a number of law enforcement officers to the city, according to The Associated Press. 

An emotional Beto O’Rourke, a presidential candidate and former representative, said he was returning to El Paso, his home town, to be with his family and his community.

“We know there’s a lot of injury, a lot of suffering in El Paso right now,” O’Rourke said. “I’m incredibly saddened, and it is very hard to think about this, but I’ll tell you, El Paso is the strongest place in the world. This community is going to come together.”

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Earlier he tweeted: “Truly heartbreaking. Stay safe, El Paso.”


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3 Dead, Suspect Killed in Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting

3 Dead, Suspect Killed in Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting

Three people were killed, including a 6-year-old boy, and 12 others were wounded Sunday after a gunman cut through a fence to avoid security and opened fire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California.

The other two people killed in the shooting have been identified as a 13-year-old girl and a man in his 20s, police said.

The gunman, who was shot and killed by police, has been identified as Santino William Legan, a federal law enforcement official confirmed to NBC News. Police in a news conference Monday said the gunman used an AK-47 type assault rifle purchased legally in Nevada on July 9.

“This is a tragic incident for our community,” Gilroy Mayor Roland Velasco said. “On behalf of the city and the Gilroy City Council our thoughts and prayers go out the victims and families.”

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There were reports that a second suspect may have been involved in the shooting. Police are still trying to determine if that is the case.

“We don’t have any confirmation that any second suspect did any shooting, but we certainly are investigating all leads to try to determine who that potential second suspect is and what exactly that person’s role was,” Gilroy Police Chief Scot Smithee said Monday.

A motive behind the shooting remains unknown, Smithee said.

The 6-year-old boy who died was identified as Steven Romero by members of his family.

“My son had his whole life to live and he was only 6,” his father Alberto Romero told NBC Bay Area. “That’s all I can say.”

Police and emergency personnel responded to reports of an active shooter incident at Gilroy’s Christmas Hill Park at around 5:40 p.m. PT, Smithee said. Officers engaged the suspect and killed him within a minute.

Witnesses reported seeing a potential second suspect, and as of early Monday morning the scene was still active, with multiple agencies searching for the possible outstanding suspect, according to Gilroy police.

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Late Sunday, officials said 15 people were injured in the shooting. They later clarified to say 12 people were hurt.

Officials with Santa Clara Valley Medical Center said they received five victims from the shooting, including two major trauma victims from St. Louise Hospital in Gilroy.

St. Louise initially received six gunshot wound victims, and of the four that remained there, one died, a hospital spokesperson said. 

An official with Regional Medical Center in San Jose said the hospital received four victims, one of whom was in critical condition.

‘He Was Ready to Do Some Damage’: Witness Describes Gilroy, Calif. Shooting'He Was Ready to Do Some Damage': Witness Describes Gilroy, Calif. Shooting

One witness told NBC Bay Area he was on his way out of the festival when he felt a bullet pass by his head, and when he turned around, he saw everyone running.

Another witness said some people were stranded at nearby Las Animas Elementary School.

San Jose police and fire units responded to the scene to assist, according to a tweet from Mayor Sam Liccardo. Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputies also were on scene, along with California Highway Patrol units.

For those searching for loved ones, a reunification center was set up at nearby Gavilan College in parking lot B, according to Gilroy police. 

President Donald Trump, Gov. Gavin Newsom and other political leaders reacted to the shooting on social media late Sunday.

Attorney General William Barr was also briefed on the shooting, and the Justice Department is providing resources and monitoring the situation, a department spokesperson said early Monday.

The festival, now in its 41st year, is a local tradition that attracts thousands annually. It was wrapping up its third and final day when reports of the shooting came in.

NBC Bay Area’s Laura Garcia, Marianne Favro, Robert Handa and Janelle Wang contributed to this report.


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Pregnant Mother, 7-Year-Old Child Injured in Shooting in Port Hueneme

Pregnant Mother, 7-Year-Old Child Injured in Shooting in Port Hueneme

Mistaken for what people thought were fireworks, gunshots fired at a residence in the quiet neighborhood of Port Hueneme injured a pregnant mother and left her 7-year-old daughter in a coma.

At around 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, Port Hueneme Police Department received a call from the frantic mother asking for help. The shooting took place in the 100 block of East Pearl Street where officers found several bullet strikes to the mother’s residence.

Shell casings were scattered on the ground outside the home. The shooting appears to have stemmed from a personal dispute, police said. 

“The neighborhood where this occurred is generally very quiet,” said Police Chief Andrew Salinas. “We normally would get numerous calls for service for shots fired, but unfortunately due to the fireworks in this neighborhood it made it very difficult to determine if it were fireworks or shots being fired in the neighborhood.”

The victims were rushed to Ventura County Medical Center and are being treated for their injuries. A Port Hueneme police officer at the scene confirmed the 7-year-old girl was shot in the head, and the mother was struck in the foot.

Approximately five family members were inside the home at the time of the shooting.

Port Hueneme Police Detectives and Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Crime Scene Unit are investigating what led to the shooting.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.


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Man Wounded in Shooting on 10 Freeway in Pomona

Man Wounded in Shooting on 10 Freeway in Pomona

Authorities continued their search Saturday for whoever shot and wounded a man on the San Bernardino (10) Freeway in Pomona in a car-to-car shooting, according to the California Highway Patrol.

CHP investigators said the unnamed victim was heading east on the 10 Freeway at 6:45 p.m. when two men inside a dark-colored vehicle, possibly a Nissan, fired three shots hitting the man. Two other passengers in his car were not hurt in the gunfire.

The shooters fled the scene heading east on the 10 freeway, the CHP reported. The victim was able to exit the freeway.

Rescuers responded at 7 p.m. Friday to the area of the 10 and Fairplex Drive and found a victim with a gunshot wound in a McDonald’s parking lot, a Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatch supervisor said.

The man was taken to Pomona Valley Hospital for treatment, but an update on his condition was not available.

Eastbound traffic on the 10 was diverted onto the Orange (57) Freeway and a SigAlert was issued as the shooting was investigated, according to the CHP.

The SigAlert was cancelled and the freeway was cleared at 10:30 p.m. Friday, CHP Officer Tony Polizzi said, adding there was no additional information on the identity of the shooters or a motive for the attack.

Anyone with information on this shooting was asked to call the CHP at 626-338-1164. Tipsters can also call Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS.


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