One dead, eight injured in San Bernardino party shooting

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 (ABC7)
(ABC7)

One person is dead and eight are injured after gunfire erupted in a large crowd of partygoers in San Bernardino, California.

The shooting took place just before midnight on Friday.

A witness told ABC7 that she saw teenagers who appeared to be gathered for a graduation party at a hookah bar near the corner of North Palm and Highland Avenue.

She said after the initial shooting a vehicle pulled into the gas station where she was pumping gas and a person inside opened fire there shooting two girls. The witness requested to not be identified.

A statement from police confirmed the crowd of people was in the area attending a party.

There was a massive response from law enforcement which remained on-site on Saturday morning.

One report says the deceased is a 20-year-old male whose identity has not yet been officially confirmed.

Several of the wounded transported themselves to local hospitals and were treated for non-life-threatening injuries, according to authorities.

No arrests have been made and the motive for the shooting is so far unknown.

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