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"Thousand Oaks died as the result of friendly fire. James Rowe Haas reports Ventura County sheriff Billy you says the gunman opened fire on sergeant Ron Hillis and a CHP officer after both went into confront him. The sergeant was struck five times by the suspect, but was protected by bulletproof vest. Sergeant was also struck by a six which we now know through forensic analysis by the FBI crime laboratory was fired from the CHP officers rifle tragically that bullet struck by organs, and this fatal twelve innocent people, including the sergeant were fatally shot and many more wounded during the November seventh incident, the shooter turned the gun on himself, a motive still unknown. James? Rowe Haas NBC, News Radio. There are Sacramento. There is a Sacramento based organization I should say, which is best known for rescuing pets from natural disasters. But they also lend a hand to domestic violence victim. Red Rover is making. It easier for victims of domestic violence to get away from their abusers times. People won't leave their abusive relationships unless they can bring their pets with them because pets are used as part of the abuse red Rovers, Nicole Forsythe says abuser sometimes threatened to do harm to pets are dropped them at shelters. So her organization gives out grant money to help domestic violence shelters provide a place for those pets. They did that in Auburn with a grant to stand up plaster seven thousand five hundred also recommends that victims get help from domestic violence advocates. I those advocates will then contact red Rover Tim Lantz, NewsRadio of PK starting in two thousand twenty."