California shooting at Halloween house party puts 3 people in hospital; suspect at large, police say

The victims' ages were between 15 and 19

A Halloween party at a Southern California home turned violent this weekend after a fight spilled onto the streets and three people were shot, police said. 

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a home in Whittier, California, just before 11 p.m. Friday, according to a local report.  

The Whittier neighborhood where Friday night's shooting happened, near Obregon and Eduardo Ave. 

The Whittier neighborhood where Friday night's shooting happened, near Obregon and Eduardo Ave.  (Google Maps)

A fistfight had broken out in the home and continued outside to a nearby unrelated vigil, the sheriff’s office said. Amid the scuffle, a male reportedly used a handgun to shoot three victims. 

Paramedics were dispatched and transported the three victims to an area trauma center, where they remain in stable but critical condition. 

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The victims range in age from 15 to 19, according to the sheriff’s office. 

Sheriff's Sgt. Vincent Cisneros told the Whittier Daily News that deputies saw more than 200 attendees at the house party. 

"I don't know how it was advertised," he said. 

The gunman, who has not been identified, fled on foot and remains at large, Sheriff’s Sgt. Carlos Sanchez told the Los Angeles Times.  

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