Masked Men Kill 4 And Hurt 3 Others In Mass Shooting At California House Party

Four people were killed as a group of masked gunmen opened fire outside a home party in King City, California, authorities said.

The King City Police Department stated in a statement on Monday that it received a complaint of shots fired in the 200 block of North 2nd Street around 6 p.m. on Sunday.

When the cops arrived, they discovered three individuals with gunshot wounds in the front yard of the home. All three were pronounced deceased on the scene.

Four additional people had received gunshot wounds. One of them, a female adult, was transferred to Mee Memorial Hospital and later confirmed dead.

The other three injured victims, all guys, were sent to Natividad Hospital in Salinas for medical care.

Police said there was a party going on at the home at the time of the shooting, with several individuals in the front yard.

A silver Kia came up in front of the house, then three males stepped out and opened fire on the partygoers in the front yard, according to authorities.

The suspects, who wore dark masks and clothing, returned to the vehicle before fleeing.

The suspects have not been identified, and the inquiry is ongoing.

The police have warned that the gunmen are armed and dangerous. If a member of the public sees them or the vehicle, they should not try to approach them; instead, call 911.

Chris Lopez, Monterey County’s District 3 Supervisor, wrote on Facebook: “As we await details on tonight’s events in King City, please send prayers and healing energy to our community.”

“May the victims find strength and healing; may our first responders remain safe; and may we all help restore peace to our neighborhoods and communities,” he said in a statement.

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