Updated 10:47 a.m. March 10:
An active shooter has taken hostages at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, just ten miles south of Napa, California, according to Vice News.
According to AP News, California Highway Patrol is responding to the situation, and the home to nearly 1,000 aged or disabled veterans is under lockdown.
Around 2 p.m., 15-20 gun shots were heard, according to KTUV News.
According to Fox News, Police have said that the gunman- Albert Wong, a former patient of the PTSD treatment center at the Veterans Home- entered a going- away party for an employee of the home.
Wong held three female employees captive and sparked an 8 hour standoff with police.
Around 6 p.m., Police entered the complex and discovered the bodies of the three women, Christine Loeber, 48, executive director of the program; Jennifer Golick, 42, a clinical director; and Jennifer Gonzales, 29, a clinical psychologist, and Albert Wong, the suspect, according to Police.
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