'People distraught': Chaos in the streets as at least 6 die, 10 are hurt in Sacramento shooting rampage
A shooting rampage in downtown Sacramento early Sunday left six people dead, at least 10 wounded and fueled an intensive manhunt for the killer or killers.
Police Chief Kathy Lester said officers arriving at the scene around 2 a.m. found bodies on the street amid a large crowd gathered outside a string of bars and restaurants.
Police initially reported "multiple victims" after the attack as they waded through the carnage counting casualties not far from the State Capitol.
Some of the wounded were transported by ambulance to hospitals, others went on their own or were taken by friends, Lester said. No information was provided on their conditions.
No arrests had been made and Lester said the number of assailants was not known. It was not known whether the victims were specifically targeted, she said.
Broken glass and police evidence markers were strewn across multiple blocks.
"If anyone saw anything, has video, can provide any information to the police department we are asking for their assistance," Lester said.
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