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At least five people have been hurt after a gunman opened fire at a "video shoot" which was being attended by around 200 people.
Police responded to the shooting at about 12.30am (8.30am BST) at a warehouse in the Harbor Gateway area near the city of Torrance, California, US, reports say.
Gunfire is said to have erupted both inside and outside the building with witnesses reporting they heard between 30 to 50 shots.
The five shooting victims, three men and two women, were transported to hospital with one of them said to be in a serious condition.
A sixth person is said to have been injured when they received cuts trying to climb a fence to escape.
All victims, who range between 19 and 39 in age, are expected to recover and are now in a stable condition, police have confirmed.
Details about what led up to the shooting are not known, but local reports state police believe it is gang-related.
Car windows have been shot out at the scene, with footage showing gunshot victims being lifted into ambulances.
“The five victims were transported to local area hospitals here in the Harbor area,” LAPD Captain Jay Mastick told reporters.
“All five were treated. One was in serious condition but is now in stable condition. All the victims are expected to be OK.”
Officer A. Delatorre, of the Los Angeles Police Department Operations Center, told Los Angeles Daily News the victims “were attending a large party at the warehouse when an unknown suspect drove up and fired randomly”.
CBS Los Angeles reports the warehouse may have been rented out for a possible production shoot earlier in the day.
The news outlet added more people unrelated to the shoot began arriving during the night and a party ensued.
No arrests have been made so far.
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