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Teen mother: Deputies say there are at least two shooters, and it wasn’t a “random act of violence.”
GOSHEN, CA – An early Monday morning shooting in Central California resulted in the deaths of at least six people, including an infant.

The shooting took place in Goshen, a semi-rural community of about 3,000 residents 35 miles southeast of Fresno in the agricultural San Joaquin Valley.

As of mid-Monday the shooters had not been found, authorities said.

At first, the sounds of gunfire that echoed through the usually quiet neighbourhood at 3:30 a.m. prompted fears that a shooting was in progress.

When deputies arrived, they found two victims and a third near the doorway of the Goshen home. One victim was taken to the hospital while others were already dead.

A mother, 17, and her 6-month-old child were among the victims; both were shot in the head. A description of the other four victims wasn’t provided by deputies.
“At this point, there are six total victims,” said Ashley Ritchie, spokeswoman for the department. “There are victims inside and outside the home.”

There were apparently two shooters, and this wasn’t just a “random act of violence,” according to the sheriff’s department.
Ritchie speculated that gang ties and possible drug investigations were behind the apparent targeting of the family.

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