Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting leaves 4 dead, including suspect: PHOTOS

Police say three victims and one suspect are dead after multiple people were shot at the Gilroy Garlic Festival on Sunday.

Officials report the shooting, which also left more than a dozen hurt, was reported around 5:40 p.m.

Law enforcement sources tell ABC7 News a 6-year-old boy was among the victims killed in the shooting.

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The conditions of the hospitalized victims injured at the annual event range from fair to critical, a hospital spokeswoman said.

Police Chief Scot Smithee says the shooting took place on north side of the festival. Officers were in the area and engaged with the suspect who had a rifle. The suspect was shot and killed.

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According to the chief, the suspect got inside the event through the creek and used an unknown tool to cut into the fence.

Smithee says they're looking for a possible second suspect, who may have accompanied the gunman. He says a search is underway to find that person.

A motive for the shooting is not known.
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Gilroy police are asking any witnesses who have not contacted them yet to call 408-846-0583. They advise anyone looking to reunite with a loved one to call 408-846-0584.

The ATF reported in a tweet that the agency's San Francisco Field Division is responding to the shooting.

Gov. Gavin Newsom sent a statement on Twitter, saying the shooting was "nothing short of horrific."



President Trump tweeted about the shooting, telling his followers to "be careful and safe!"


Senator Kamala Harris says her office is monitoring the situation, "Grateful to first responders who are on the scene in Gilroy and keeping those injured by such senseless violence in my thoughts. My office is closely monitoring the situation."

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Video posted to Twitter shows crowds fleeing after shots are fired at the Gilroy Garlic Festival.



Video on social media sites showed people running for safety at the festival.



The shooting occurred during the annual three-day celebration featuring food, cooking competitions and music that attracts more than 100,000 people.

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