Several Dead in CA School Shooting

    Forensic investigators photograph a car with bullet holes across a home that caught fire in Santa Monica, Calif. Friday, June 7, 2013. Two people were found dead Friday in a burned home near the school, where someone sprayed a street corner with gunfire, wounding at least three people, authorities said. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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    At least five people were killed on Friday during a shooting rampage that ended at Santa Monica College, including one suspected gunman, according to authorities. A second suspect has been detained. The deceased gunman had fled into the college after being pursued by police. He continued to fire from an assault rifle before authorities shot and killed him. Two of the victims were found dead in a burned home several blocks from campus and a woman with a gunshot wound was found in a car outside the home. The Secret Service has been notified of the shooting, as President Obama was on his way to Santa Monica to attend a Democratic National Committee fundraising event.  

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