“Multiple casualties,” suspect dead in Downtown San Jose shooting, police say
SAN JOSE, Calif. / CNN — Police in San Jose, California, responded to a shooting near a Valley Transportation Authority light rail maintenance yard on Wednesday morning, officials said.
VTA spokesperson Brandi Childress said there were “reports of an active shooter” at the site and said employees had been evacuated. There were multiple casualties, she said in an email.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said said that the shooter is “down,” in a short Tweet.
San Jose Police said the scene is still active and asked people to stay out of the area.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said in a Tweet that “several people” were being treated, but the extent of any injuries was not clear.
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