Dozens of people tried to call the victims of the Yountville veterans home shooting in the hours after they were killed, according to one of the investigators who processed the scene into the next morning.
Just after sunset on March 9, after a SWAT team cleared the area, officials with the California Highway Patrol and Napa County Coroner's office entered the room where Dr. Jennifer Gray Golick, 42, Christine Loeber, 48, and Dr. Jennifer Gonzales Shushereba, 32, had been killed.
Authorities say Albert Wong, 36, an Afghanistan combat veteran who had sought treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder through the facility's Pathway Home program, shot the women with a rifle and then killed himself with a shotgun. Gonzales Shushereba was six months pregnant, and her unborn baby also died.
Once the room where the shooting was deemed safe, investigators spent nearly 12 hours processing the scene.
"I really don't know how to describe seeing something like that," said CHP Sgt. Ed Clarke, who works for the agency's Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Team, one of two CHP units investigating the shooting