Navy Veteran Killed In Thousand Oaks Shooting Had Survived Las Vegas Shooting

After Thousand Oaks mass shooting claims at least 12 victims relatives search for loved ones whose voices have gone silent

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

The official, speaking anonymously to Associated Press, said Long had posted on social media about whether people would believe he was sane - but would not give any more details on what he wrote.

Friends are remembering sheriff's sergeant who was killed trying to stop a shooting rampage at a California bar as a "cop's cop" who didn't hesitate to run toward danger.

"Only him and I know how much I love, how much I miss him", Coffman said.

Among the casualties was Sgt. Ron Helus, a longtime sheriff's deputy who was talking to his wife on the phone when the call came over the radio for an active shooter.

But neighbors reported hearing frequent loud fights between Ian David Long and his mother, one of them so extreme they called police in April, and authorities at the time anxious that the 28-year-old Afghanistan war veteran might have post-traumatic stress disorder.

"It was just a normal Wednesday night, just having a good time", said Moorpark College freshman Cole Knapp, who suddenly heard a loud bang that he initially dismissed as a prankster setting off a firecracker. The whole bar is line dancing.

Mr Matt Wennerstron, a 20-year-old college student and regular at the bar, said the shooter fired a short-barrelled pistol that apparently had a 10 to 15-round magazine. Police say he used a legally owned.45 calibre Glock semi-automatic handgun.

Others who were inside the bar said they had survived the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas a year ago.

The Rams (8-1) will cram their normal Friday preparations into a workout at the University of Southern California on Saturday before they face the Seattle Seahawks at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.

Anderson said numerous Borderline regulars were also at Route 91 and would wear their "Vegas Strong" shirts to the bar.

"It was a huge panic".

California Governor Jerry Brown released a statement on the shooting.

Other patrons smashed through a window and helped people flee through it.

Fighting back tears, Dominguez recounted how he saw the club's cashier, just a young girl, get shot before the suspect moved into the club, where he started firing at the dance floor. We don't know precisely what he was saying, but it appears he had a grudge he was carrying out.

One survivor, Nicholas Champion, said a group of them were at the venue on Wednesday.

"It's the second time in about a year and a month that this has happened", he said in a local television interview. "We're all a big family and unfortunately this family got hit twice".

"Borderline was our safe space", Brendan Kelly, who survived both attacks, told ABC News. Authorities believe he killed himself.

Cody Coffman, 22, was among the dead after a gunman opened fire in a Californian bar.

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