Mass Shooting in Sacramento: Shooting and Aftermath Video

Shooting scene aftermath video showing treatment of victims down on the sidewalk and interviews with witnesses (Public Safety News/PSN). YouTube Tips ⓘ

Police, firefighters and paramedics from Sacramento and the California Highway Patrol responded about 2:00 a.m. Sunday, April 3, 2022, to a mass shooting near K Street and 10th Street in the downtown district of Sacramento, California. Some police officers assigned in the area heard the gunshots and responded to the direction of the shots heard.

Police and paramedics discovered six people with mortal gunshot wounds suffered in the shooting. Another twelve victims suffered were also wounded by gunshots or injured fleeing. Four of the wounded were transported to UC Davis Medical Center, and a fifth was transported to Sutter Hospital.

Among the fatalities, three victims were men and three victims were women.

Multiple suspects are wanted in Sacramento after a mass shooting that left 6 dead, 12 injured near K Street and 10th Street (CBS Los Angeles). YouTube Tips ⓘ

Initially, no suspects were in police custody. The mass shooting, including the dozens wounded, is the worst shooting in Sacramento history, and the second mass shooting in Sacramento in five weeks.

DRIVE-BY SHOOTING … Investigators now believe that the shooting was a drive-by, however, no suspects have been identified yet (CBS Sacramento). YouTube Tips ⓘ

Sunday’s downtown shooting occurred about two blocks north of the California State Capitol building and about four blocks east of the Golden 1 Center arena — the home of the NBA Sacramento Kings. The California State Capitol is located about three blocks south of the crime scene.

According to Sacramento Police Chief Kathy Lester, investigators did not initially connect the shooting to a particular venue or event. She also said there was a fight immediately prior to the shooting, and that there were multiple shooters.

A Twitter video showed people running down the street while rapid gunfire was heard in the background. Another Twitter video showed a large group of people surrounding two people fighting when gunfire was heard. A video from Public Safety News (PSN) showed victims down on the sidewalk bleeding and/or treated with CPR by police officers and paramedics.

Immediately after the shooting, Sacramento police and the California Highway Patrol closed the area with a perimeter within 9th Street to 13th Street, and L to J Streets. Investigators recovered a stolen handgun from the scene. The ATF was called in to assist the Sacramento Police Department in the investigation.

Sacramento Police Department urged the public to submit any information about the shooting. The Sacramento Police Department urges any witnesses with information regarding the shooting investigations to contact the dispatch center at 916-808-5471 or Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers at 916-443-HELP (916-443-4357). Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000. Anonymous tips can also be submitted using the free “P3 Tips” smartphone app.

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