3 Hostages, Gunman Found Dead in Yountville Veterans Home | news
YOUNTVILLE — Three workers for a program that treats veterans for post-traumatic stress disorder were found dead Friday along with the suspect who took them hostage in a daylong standoff at the largest veterans home in the U.S., officials said. The bodies of the four were discovered nearly eight hours after the gunman slipped into an employee going-away party in a building where combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan receive treatment, said California Highway Patrol Assistant Chief Chris Childs. The three female victims were employees of the nonprofit organization Pathway Home treatment program, which is housed on the campus of the Veterans Home of California-Yountville. Napa County Sheriff John Robertson declined to identify the victims and the gunman Friday night, saying family members still needed to be notified. Congressman Mike Thompson, D-California, confirms one of the victims was the program’s executive director. Authorities said they know who the gunman is but did not reveal …
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