Sacramento shooting killed 6, injured 12
A critical inquiry is in progress for quite some time after a shooting in midtown Sacramento, California, left six individuals dead and 12 others harmed early Sunday morning.
Kathy Lester, head of the Sacramento police office, said at a news gathering that police were watching the region at around 2am subsequent to hearing gunfire.
At the point when they showed up at the scene, she said, they observed a group accumulated in the city and six individuals dead.
Agents were meeting various observers and found many bits of proof from the scene, including a taken handgun, Lester said.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg referred to the shooting as"a senseless and unacceptable tragedy" that had left California's capital city with "a broken heart."
“We know that a large fight took place just prior to the shooting, and we have confirmed there were multiple shooters,” Lester said at a press conference.