A man was in custody after a shooting at a synagogue in the California city of Poway left at least one person dead and several others wounded, Mayor Steve Vaus said Saturday.
The shooting, which Vaus described as a possible hate crime, occurred at Congregation Chabad on the last day of Passover.
The Palomar Medical Center Poway received four patients from the shooting, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
Vaus said the three people who were wounded have non-life-threatening injuries.
He said he considered it a hate crime “because of statements that were made when the shooter entered.”
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