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Torrance Bowling Alley Shooting: 3 Dead, Many Hurt

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(Last Updated On: January 5, 2019)

Torrance Bowling Alley Shooting: 3 Dead, Many Hurt

A sad story of yet another mass shooting and this one, again, in Southern California and this time in Torrence, California – this shooting at a bowling alley.


Torrance Police tweeted “Reports of shots fired with multiple victims down. T P D is on scene. Investigation is ongoing. Please stay away from the area.

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Another observer on Twitter reported: “There is a live feed floating out there from someone’s Facebook. It doesn’t look pretty. 3 dead most likely several injured from what I have gathered. Not sure if shooter is in custody.”
The shooting at Gable House Bowl stemmed from an argument, then a fight. Three people were reported killed and four more injured.


Scott Schwebke tweeted “Unruly crowd gathered outside of Gabel Bowl in Torrence following mass shooting. One news photographer had camera smashed. Crowd swearing at reporters #SoCal #crime #shooting”


Stay tuned.


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