Gunman opens fire at San Diego restuarant, no one hurt
Police say amazingly no one was hurt when a gunman fired multiple rounds from an assault rifle-caliber weapon at a restaurant in San Diego. The shooting happened about 7:40 p.m. Tuesday outside Asian Bistro in the city's Hillcrest neighborhood, according to media reports. Police detained a man matching the gunman's description but it's unclear whether he was the suspected shooter. Police also recovered the weapon and at least 19 shell casings. Lieutenant Andra Brown told Fox 5 that "the business was the only thing that was hit" but "there were no people inside that were hit."
(With inputs from agencies.)
- Man City look to revive title bid against Arsenal
- Spurs strike late again to climb above City
- Central forces arrive at CBI office in Kolkata already cordoned off by city police.
- India is a multiplicity of stories, says Canadian author Yann Martel
- Venezuela's Guaido has capacity, legitimacy to organise new elections: French FM