18 people died in a shooting at mushroom farms in Northern California. Officials have given this information on Tuesday. The matter is of Saturday and Monday. Where 11 people, mostly of Asian descent, were shot dead Saturday night at a dance hall in the Los Angeles area, and seven people were killed Monday in an attack on agricultural workers, many of them from San Francisco. The pass were immigrants living in the seaside town of Half Moon Bay.
The suspects in both attacks were men of retirement age, much older than the typical perpetrators of such shootings. Authorities said the two men accused, Hu Can Tran, 72, and Chunli Zhao, 66, used semi-automatic pistols. The victims of both attacks were from immigrant communities. Tran opened fire on ballroom dancers celebrating the Lunar New Year in Monterey Park near Los Angeles, and Zhao opened fire on Hispanic and Asian farm workers 380 miles north in Half Moon Bay.
Tran also tried to attack another dance studio on Saturday night, but was disarmed after a scuffle with the club’s operator. The next morning, he shot himself in the driver’s seat of the police vehicle. Zhao was arrested Monday evening outside a sheriff’s station, where officials said he surrendered shortly after the shootings in Half Moon Bay.
Let us tell you that earlier recently there was a shooting in a house in Goshen, California. In which six people including a 17-year-old mother and a six-month-old child were killed. The police termed it as target killing. Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said six people were shot to death in the 6800 block of Harvest Road. There were two in this incident, who were not caught. It was not violence, but target killing.