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Nov.By Alexander Smith, Kurt Chirbas and Caitlin Fichtel
“Multiple Deaths” were confirmed after at least 11 people were held Wednesday night at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California, said the authorities.
A police was among those affected by bullets during the incident at Borderline Bar and Grill, located about 40 miles west of Los Angeles.
The police said that hundreds of people were in the arena at that time.
Vento County County Sheriff Department Director Garo Kuredjian said an alternate was injured while he and other officers arrived at the scene and “tried to neutralize the threat.”
Police began to receive calls at 11:20 AM (2:20 AM ET Thursday) said the captain. That night, the bar hosted a college country night for students, according to its Instagram page.
Ventura County Fire Department said on Twitter that “several ambulances” had requested.  Aerial photographs on the stage showed at least eight police cars on a street with their lights flashing.
A college student who said he went to the bar every Wednesday in recent years told NBC Los Angeles that he had at least 10 friends inside.
“No one came back to me” he said on camera without giving his name. “I would like to hope for the best, but I have no idea.”
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Two passers-byers who said they had friends who came to the bar often told NBC Los Angeles that they were talking to a man who managed to escape from the bar.
“He told his story, how he broke windows and he and a couple of friends helped to drive women out, they saved them first,” said one of the women who did not identify themselves. “His hands were bloody, he had blood on his face. His friend was shot in his shoulder.”
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Alexander Smith is a senior reporter for NBC News, based in London.
Kurt Chirbas is a leading editor of NBC. News based in New York.
Caitlin Fichtel is a New York based social media reporter.
Saphora Smith contributed.