FRESNO, Calif. (KGO) --Three people were killed by a gunman in Central California Tuesday. The identities of the victims have not officially been released by investigators.
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The first person who police said was gunned down on Tuesday was a PG&E utility worker sitting in the passenger seat of a truck. Our sister station KFSN reports know the 34-year-old was on his first day out in the field.
Family members identified the second shooting victim to our sister station as 37-year-old Mark Gassett. Gassett had just left the Catholic Charities with a grocery bag full of food when he was shot. They said he was a father and will be missed by many.
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