‘Two people have been shot’ at the Toyota Service Center in Berkeley, California, as police 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 auto 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 due to a “critical incident.”
Sources said KTVU that “at least two people” have been shot at the Service Center, amid reports of “shots fired.”
The incident was reported around 11:35 a.m. PDT as police rushed to the scene of the unconfirmed shooting.
One employee told the station that the incident occurred on the second floor, adding, “Someone was yelling a gun,” before being told to evacuate the building.
Dozens of emergency services were stationed on site near the dealership.
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