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Gunman, Three Others Found Dead at California VA Home

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According to officials, a gunman and three women he was believed to have taken hostage at a veterans home in California were found dead Friday, nearly eight hours after shots were reported in the area. The incident occurred at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, a facility north of Napa wine country. The gunman is believed to have been formerly from the "Pathway Home", which is a privately run program that treats veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars with post-traumatic stress disorder. The three victims have been identified as Christine Loeber, Pathway home executive director; Dr. Jen Golick, a therapist; and Dr. Jennifer Gonzales, a psychologist with the San Francisco Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.

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