There were no Chinese civilian casualties in the shooting incident in the Thousand Oaks City of the United States! Gunner’s Bar opened 30 shots and 13 people died
Gao Fei, a spokesman of the Chinese Consulate-General in Los Angeles, made a statement to the media at 1:30 pm local time on the 8th, as follows: The Consulate General deeply deplores a large number of innocent casualties caused by the shooting incident in Thousand Oaks. After the incident, the Consulate General contacted the local police for the first time and there were no reports of casualties of Chinese citizens. The Consulate General will continue to follow up on this.
On the night of November 7, local time, a shooting incident occurred in Thousand Oaks, California, USA. A gunman fired at a bar in California, killing 13 people including gunmen and injuring many others. The police said that the gunman had fired about 30 shots and had thrown smoke bombs around the dance floor. At least four ambulances arrived at the scene.
It is reported that at the time of the incident, the bar was holding an event called “College Student Country Night”. The young people at the scene “had a great time” when a man came in and started shooting. The current incident is still under investigation.
City of Thousand Oaks (CA) is a small city north of Los Angeles. It is named after many oak trees in the city. It is listed by the FBI as one of the safest cities in the same size in the United States. The Santa Monica Mountain National Recreation Resort is surrounded by mountains and has beautiful scenery, attracting many middle and upper-class residents to settle down.
Written: Southern Reporter Arch Qianshu