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California: Four killed in hostage taking in US Veterans Home – Politics

Saturday, March 10th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

A hostage-taking in the largest US veterans' home has come to a bloody end: Police officers found the bodies of three women and the attacker at the facility in Yountville, California on Friday, the authorities said. According to media reports, the victims are employees of a program to treat soldiers with post-traumatic disorders. The attacker is said to have been there once in treatment.A first arrived at the scene police officer initially delivered a shootout with the attacker, as Chris Childs said the California highway police. The policeman saved lives "by preventing the suspect from going out and finding more victims." The attacker – a 36-year-old war veteran, according to media reports – entrenched himself in a room with his hostages. The police arrived with a large contingent, sniper and support from the air. Local residents were called upon to avoid the area. Angreifer carried large quantities of ammunition, including officers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who spent hours trying in vain to contact the hostage-taker. According to the Napa Valley Register, the approximately seven-hour hostage-taking began when the gunman entered a farewell party on the Pathway Home, both on the man's cell phone and on nearby phones. This non-profit organization helps veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan deal with trauma. The officers stormed a room early Friday evening and found the bodies of the three women and the attacker, Childs said. "This is tragic news," said Childs. According to media reports, the hostage-taker first shot the three women and then himself. The dead women were alleged to have been part of a program to treat post-traumatic soldiers. The attacker should have been there in the past in treatment. According to regional politician Bill Dodd, one of the victims was the head of the program to treat soldiers with post-traumatic disorders. The attacker had to leave the program a few days ago, Dodd said. The San Francisco Chronicle newspaper reported that the assailant – a 36-year-old war veteran – was armed with a rifle and carried large amounts of ammunition. The head of the California veterans authority, Vito Imbasciani, said he was "on Soil destroyed ". He expressed his condolences to relatives and friends of the dead. The home in Yountville, north of San Francisco, is said to be the largest facility of its kind in the United States. About a thousand elderly or war-disabled veterans live there. In the United States, gun laws are currently heavily debated. Just a few days ago, Florida ventured to step up its sting after a 17-killed massacre at a school in Parkland. (afp / dpa)


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