Two teenagers are injured after a gunman horrified the congregation of a San Francisco Bay area church when pulled out a gun and opened fire.
The gunfire was captured on video. Watch it AFTER THE JUMP.
No arrests have been made or suspects named in the Sunday shooting at New Gethsemane Church of God in Christ in Richmond. More than 120 church members witnessed the shooting and say three men paced up and down an aisle—apparently looking for one or more targets —before shooting the victims near the back of the church. Police are not sure if the 14-year-old and 19-year-old men injured were the intended victims.
The injured teens are are expected to survive and are not cooperating with police, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Members of congregation "apparently scared to get involved, were unwilling to look at photo lineups," the newspaper adds.
Gunmen opening fire during broad daylight in a church service? What's next?
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