Gunman Kills Seven in Northern California Agricultural Businesses
A gunman killed seven people at two agricultural businesses in Northern California.
The suspect, 67-year-old Chunil Zahoor, was arrested by officers after they found him in his car in the parking lot of a sheriff's substation.
Seven people were found dead and an eighth injured at a farm and another location several miles away.
Officials believe Zahoor worked at one of the facilities and that the victims were workers as well.
A motive for the shooting has not been determined.
California is still reeling from an attack on a Lunar New Year celebration in Monterey Park that killed 11.
President Joe Biden said, "Even as we await further details, we know the scourge of gun violence requires stronger action."
The new year has brought six mass killings in the US in fewer than three weeks, accounting for 39 deaths.
Three have occurred in California since January 16th.
Half Moon Bay Vice Mayor Joaquin Jimenez said the victims included Chinese and Latino farm workers.
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