In California at a party in honor of Halloween shot four people

Several other party guests were injured.

Four people were killed in a shooting at a costume party that took place on Halloween night in the city of Orinda in Northern California. On Friday, the local Sheriff’s office and several publications reported.

The shooting occurred in a house rented for the holiday in an upscale neighborhood of Orinda, a small town near San Francisco, Free News reported.
The contra Costa County Sheriff’s office reported four people dead and several injured. The identities of the dead and wounded were not disclosed, nor were the names of the suspects. Details will be published on Friday afternoon.

In the footage, shown on ABC7, a man on a stretcher can be seen being put into an ambulance, and young people, most likely partygoers, some of them in Halloween costumes, walking down the street near the house.

The party was advertised on social networks; more than 100 people attended it. Police received a report of a shooting around 11 p.m. on Thursday, Free News reported.

Author: Flyn Braun
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