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They went through windows.

"Ron was a hardworking, dedicated sheriff's sergeant who was totally committed", Dean said of the man who was also his long-time friend and gym partner.

Thousand Oaks is in Ventura County, about 40 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

Dean said he did not know of his motive. His marriage disintegrated during his service, with he and his wife separating in June 2011 while he was on a seven-month tour in Afghanistan. "He looked like he knew what he was doing".

Long, who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, also killed himself after massacring his victims.

"Typically, if you go to a bar, if you're going to be drinking", you would leave your gun at home, Kuredjian said.

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"He was just standing over the top of people and just shooting them", Tristan said.

As the gunman reloaded, Wennerstrom said he and a few others started throwing barstools through the window and 'shuffling as many people out as possible'. "He really liked it", said one woman who was friends with him for five years. She was appalled that such bloodshed had come to her community.

"I just started hearing these big pops - pop, pop, pop".

"We didn't take it seriously at first. because it sounded like firecrackers and everyone just dropped down to the floor".

Dean described the scene as "like hell".

Long had received two minor traffic citations in recent years, Dean said.

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In April this year, deputies were called to his house for a disturbance and found him "acting a little irrationally".

Trump touted his efforts to fund PTSD among veterans. The specialists decided Long's mental state did not require him to be detained for further assessment. According to law enforcement, the shooter used a.45 caliber Glock handgun with an extended magazine - a modification that is already illegal in California.

Numerous scores of young people regularly went to Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, where a gunman stormed in on Wednesday and opened fire, killing 12 people before killing himself.

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"But unfortunately, you go into the unknown, you know there's shots being fired, obviously the suspect was in there and ready for him", he said. Law Enforcement and First Responders, together with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are on scene.

TV footage showed SWAT teams surrounding the bar, with distraught revellers milling around and using their cell phones as lights from police cars flashed.

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Twelve people were killed in a late-night shooting at a California college bar Wednesday.

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