Three dead suspects killed during a shooting at California's Gilroy Lazarus Festival

Officials said that a shooter cut a fence in the celebration. The police said that another potential suspect is being searched for.

At least three people were killed after a suspected person wearing a suspected device and shooting a suspect with a suspected rifle, shot a 6-year-old boy and 12 others while shooting at the Gilroy Lucknow Festival in North Korea. Witnesses He said Sunday night.

Gilroy's police chief Scott Smith said at a press conference, "It is a nightmare that you hope you will never have to live in reality."

The smile said that the suspect, who was shot and killed by the police, seemed to have been shooting "some randomly", and the investigators had no information about the possible motive. He said that the police believe that a second person may also be involved, but they do not know-how. This time the police is not identifying the suspect.

One of the killed was Steven Romero, 6, who was at the festival with this mother and grandmother, who had been injured in the shooting.

Santa Clara County Public Health Systems spokesman Joy Alexei said that after shooting in one of the largest food festivals in America, people with gunshot wounds went to two hospitals. He said that the three were treated and released on Sunday night and the rest were in good condition for criticism.

He said that eight more people were injured in the popular festival: a three-day meal fair with producers started in 1979 and live entertainment to celebrate the local garlic industry.

The Mayor of Giloy, Roland Velasco announced a local emergency on Monday morning, while shooting is under investigation.

Gillie City Council member Dion Brecko and a law officer familiar with the investigation told NBC News that three people were declared dead.

Mayor Roland Velasco said, "I will request community ideas and prayers, while our officers will continue to investigate this tragic and meaningless crime."

The San Francisco Division of the Office of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives said that it was responding to the scene in Gilroy at approximately 48 kilometers south-east of San Jose. The festival was near the end of its third and final day when bullets were reported around 5:41 pm, Smith said that the gunman had gone through the fence to enter the incident.

Julissa Contreras, a witness who said that she was a former police cadet, told in an interview Sunday night that she saw "her average white man" who saw a semi-automatic rifle in the shoot, "just going from left to right And whoever was shooting I can, honestly. "

Contreras said that the man, who said that he did not say anything, stopped and was feeling again.

"It definitely fired more than 30 rounds," he said. "It was like a non-stop, like two, three, four shots per second."

Contreras saw a person of his 30s as a hat, sports sunglasses, and military-style clothes.

"It seemed, oh, I could work in personal security," he said. "But I had straps and clips, and I was completely prepared what I am doing."

Maximo Rocha, a pop Warner young football team member, Guilty Brown said that he saw many people on the ground, though he was not sure how many people were shot and how many people are trying to save themselves.

But they told NBC Bay Area that "some of them" were wounded in some way, "because I did some help."

Another witness, Gloria Parker told the station that he and others started running when they heard 10 to 15 shocks which they initially thought they were crackers.

"There were tons of police," he said.

Another eyewitness, Ryan Wallace, who worked in the program as a salesman, told NBC Bay Area that the shooter was wearing police uniforms and was "spraying everywhere", as the police wanted. " Things are said. "

Cheryl Lo and Candice Marquez, who had worked on the festival even when shooting, told "Today" on Monday morning that they were only 10 to 15 feet away from the shooter when they saw it.

Lo's boss and his boss's husband were shot and taken to a hospital, the latter was hit three times and is now in serious condition. Lo's granddaughter helps protect her grandmother's three-year-old son during a shooting at a nearby store.

"He was a hero," Marquez said. "He got it and saved it all the time"

Considering the suggestion that security can be stricter on the incident, Contreras said: "Honestly, security was excellent. They were not very aggressive, but they examined my Fannie pack and my bag, and I felt they were full Were in the way.

They said, "You know that metal detectors are not going to do anything for anyone who has semi-automatic rifles."

Contras said that he was not particularly surprised with the shooting.

"It is a shame that it is happy, but I think it is merely a reflection of the current political environment in which people feel more comfortable to be violent," he said."This is America, in which we live, I am ashamed to call me a U.S. citizen."

The festival of garlic attracts famous cooks from all over the country and is performed live by musicians. On Saturday, Tom Colico hosted "Top Chef", tweeted after the shooting of "Pray for everyone on Sunday".

This event was organized at Girilloy Christmas Hill Park, which is a clear policy according to the event website which prohibits all weapons.