Four people died at a mushroom farm and three at a trucking company. The link between the two events is still unclear. Arrested was “disgruntled worker.”
Two shootings, which occurred on Monday, January 23, caused seven deaths at a mushroom farm and a trucking company, in the US state of California, with the police announcing the arrest of the alleged perpetrator of the attack.
San Mateo County Board of Supervisors Chairman Dave Pine says four people died on the farm and another three at the trucking company on the outskirts of Half Moon Bay, near San Francisco.
The Sheriff’s Office is responding to a mass shooting in the area of HWY 92 and the HMB city limits. Media are requested to approach from the north and report to the Half Moon Bay Substation at 537 Kelly Ave. in Half Moon Bay
— San Mateo County SO (@SMCSheriff) January 23, 2023
It was not immediately clear how the locations were connected, though Pine said the suspect worked for one of the companies and was a “disgruntled worker.”
The slayings follow the death of 11 people Saturday at a dance hall in southern California.