Manhunt in California

A manhunt is underway after a gunman killed at least two people and wounded six others at a Northern California cement plant.

October 5, 2011 22:35
Manhunt in California

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Two people are killed and at least six others wounded in a shooting at a Northern California cement plant about 45 miles southeast of San Francisco.

The search is still on for a 45-year-old male suspect in the shooting according to the Santa Clara County sheriff's office.

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Police are searching neighborhoods for the man, identified by authorities as Shareef Allman.

A spokeswoman for Santa Clara Valley Medical Center said the hospital received two patients from the shooting, both males.

One of the men is in fair condition at the hospital while the second has been treated and released.

The hospital is also treating a woman who was shot during an attempted carjacking apparently related to the incident at the cement plant. She is listed in fair condition.

A spokesman for the cement plant declined to comment on the incident.

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