Newspaper: 3 shot at California workplace

Associated Press

FRESNO, Calif. - A California newspaper is reporting that three people have been shot at a workplace in California.

The Fresno Bee reports that the shooting occurred at the Apple Valley Farms plant in the central part of Fresno. A call to police by The Associated Press was not immediately returned.

No additional details were immediately available, including the conditions of the victims.

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