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‘Two people have been shot’ at Toyota Service Center in Berkeley, California as cops tell residents to avoid the area
- Berkeley Police are urging residents to avoid the area as they deal with a ‘critical incident’
Authorities are responding to a ‘critical incident’ at a Toyota car depot in California after reports of gunfire.
Berkeley Police are asking people to avoid the area of Eastshore Highway between Buchanan Street and Harrison Street because of a ‘critical incident’.
Sources told KTVU that ‘at least two people’ have been shot at the Service Center, amid reports of ‘shots fired’.
The incident was reported at around 11.35am (PDT) with police rushing to the scene of the unconfirmed shooting.
One employee told the station that the incident happened on the second floor, adding ‘someone shouted gun’, before they were told to evacuate the building.
Dozens of emergency service vehicles could be seen lined up on the scene close to the dealership.
This is a developing story.