Who is the Richmond house party shooter? 3 dead, 5 injured in California mass shooting

The incident happened during Father's Day celebration at a house in Richmond, California

                            Who is the Richmond house party shooter? 3 dead, 5 injured in California mass shooting
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RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA: Three people have died and five have been wounded in a mass shooting that took place at Richmond, California on Sunday, June 20. Reports reveal that the incident took place while the people at a house were celebrating Father's Day.

According to the Richmond police department, out of the five victims who survived, one is in critical condition and the others are in good to fair condition. The deadly incident took place at 2100 block of Dunn Avenue in Richmond just before 11 pm. There was a party going on in a house at the time, police said. One of the victims' family members revealed that this was what's known as a Marimba party with Guatemalan music and people were dancing and celebrating Father's Day. The witness revealed that his uncle, who sells fruits around the Bay Area, was one of the three people killed. No arrests have been made yet, but police have stated that they believe there were two shooters.


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As soon as the news made its way to social media, people started talking about it. Robert Salonga tweeted, "Update: Richmond house party shooting leaves 3 dead, 5 wounded. Of the surviving victims, 1 in critical condition, 1 in fair condition, 3 released. Police say they're looking for at least 2 shooters. Unclear whether shooters had attended daylong party honoring Guatemalan saint." While one Twitter user addressed another shooting that took place at Oakland and said, "Why are we still talking about one person killed in Oakland? This is old news. Eight people were shot and three died in Richmond last night. America is a shooting gallery. We can’t even keep up with the mass shootings and daily carnage. 9 were killed in San Jose just recently."



Journalist Justin Andrew tweeted, "At least one person killed in a deadly overnight shooting in the East Bay. A family member of one of the victims told us there was a party at this house in Richmond, when the shots rang out. No word on a suspect. @KPIXtv"