Three Killed by Army Veteran in Yountville, California

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YOUNTVILLE, CA - MARCH 09: The Veterans Home of California is seen during an active shooter turned hostage situation on March 9, 2018 in Yountville, California. A lone gunman opened fire and is holding three hostages inside the largest veterans facility in the United States founded in 1884. (Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images)

On Friday, a former army rifleman who had been treated for combat stress burst into The Pathway Home, a post-traumatic stress disorder program at the Veterans Home in Yountville. Armed with a rifle, he killed three women and then fatally shot himself. As the community mourns the loss of life, authorities continue to seek a motive for the shooting.

Guests:
Queena Kim, senior editor, KQED Weekends
John Dunbar, mayor, Yountville; Pathway Home board member
Elena Klaw, director, Center for Community Learning and Leadership; director, Veterans Embracing Transition program, San Jose State University
Mike Thompson, U.S. congressman representing California's 5th district, which includes all of Napa county

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