Did gunman in latest United States mass shooting stop to make Instagram post?

Twelve Dead After Mass Shooting At California Bar's College Student Night

The shooter who terrorized college students at Borderline Bar & Grill was shockingly on social media as he shot a dozen people dead, and, based on what we now know, it sounds like they were revenge killings.

Families like the Coffmans were joined by a rare breed: other victims of mass shootings who showed up at the center to share their pain and offer comfort. "She said, 'I don't know if I can do this.' Her son said, 'Mom you have to, you have to drive through the flames'". The dead included 11 people inside the bar and a veteran sheriff's sergeant who was the first officer through the door. But one law enforcement official said Ian David Long, a 28-year-old former Marine, posted about his mental state and whether people would believe he was sane.

"Our hearts are with our neighbors in Los Angeles and Ventura counties during these devastating fires", the Rams said, adding that they were working with their "displaced Rams family members".

"I was concerned because I knew he had been in the military", Tom Hanson said Thursday, as federal and local law enforcement officers searched Long's house, where an American flag flew over the garage.

Orfanos, who served in the Navy, attended the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas a year ago, where a gunman opened fire from the Mandalay Bay hotel in the worst mass shooting in US history. On its website, Borderline is described as "Ventura County's largest country dance hall and live music venue. a haven for country line dancing folks of all ages".

The shooting took place just over 4 miles from the Rams' practice facility, which is on the campus of California Lutheran University, and 7 miles from the team's corporate headquarters in Agoura Hills.

'It's the second time in about a year and a month that this has happened, ' Nick Champion told OnSceneTV. He used a legally purchased.45 caliber handgun to carry out the attack and had modified its magazine so it could hold more rounds.

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"You could feel the heat from the flames", said McMillen, who returned Friday and found his home intact but stinking of smoke.

"It was a huge panic". After firing about 10 to 15 rounds, the shooter stopped; Anderson saw an opportunity, grabbed his friend and ran toward the patio. "It's 'what can I do to protect as many of my friends as possible'".

People escaped the bar by using chairs to break windows, while others reportedly sheltered inside the venue's toilets.

One survivor, Nicholas Champion, said a group of them were at the venue on Wednesday. "It's a big thing for us".

"Borderline was our safe space", Brendan Kelly, who survived both attacks, told ABC News. He is then believed to have turned the gun on himself.

That number does not include an annual estimate of 22,000 suicides via firearms.

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