People Injured, Deputy Shot At Bar In Thousand Oaks

People Injured, Deputy Shot At Bar In Thousand Oaks

At least six people, including one officer, were injured in the shooting the Borderline Bar and Grill at about 23:20 local time on Wednesday.

Police responded to multiple reports of the shooting and Ventura County Sheriff's Office Captain Garo Kuredjian said a sheriff's deputy was among those shot.

Witnesses told The LA Times someone ran into the bar about 11.30pm, U.S. time, and started firing what appeared to be a black pistol.

Around 30 shots were fired, officers at the scene claim.

Image: Authorities say there are multiple injuries. He also said he saw a security guard get shot.

Witnesses say a man fired several shots from a handgun before throwing smoke bombs into the crowded bar in southern California.

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He said he heard from people inside that they were hiding in bathrooms and the attic of the bar.

Dozens of police cars and emergency service vehicles were spotted at the scene in Thousand Oaks around 11.20pm local time on Wednesday.

He could not immediately provide information on the extent of the victims' injuries.

The bar is a country-themed bar known for its large dance floor and live music events, according to its website.

Witnesses said they had spoken to friends who escaped the shooting, which took place during a popular student night at the bar.

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