Three dead, four wounded in latest California shooting: Police
Media reports say three were killed and four others injured in a mass shooting on Saturday in Los Angeles' Benedict Canyon neighborhood.
A new mass shooting incident in the US state of California has killed at least three people and injured four others, two of whom were in critical condition, media reported on Saturday, citing local police.
The incident happened in Los Angeles' Benedict Canyon neighborhood on Saturday morning, The Los Angeles Times newspaper reported, adding that three were killed inside a car on the street and four were injured outside.
The suspect or suspects remain at large, as per the report, and those injured were taken to local hospitals. Two of them are in critical condition, and the two others are in stable condition.
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This comes less than a week after a gunman killed three people in what police described as a random attack was being hunted in the western US state of Washington and at least 10 people were killed and several injured in a mass shooting in a predominantly Asian city in southern California.
A group of US senators reintroduced on Monday a federal Assault Weapons Ban and legislation that would raise the minimum purchase age for assault weapons to 21.
The US legislation allows keeping weapons without registration or license in 43 states, which causes frequent fatal shooting incidents.
There have already been about 40 mass shootings in the US since the beginning of the year, according to Gun Violence Archive analysts.