The Associated Press says the gunman took his own life as a sheriff's deputy got close.
Six people are dead after a mass shooting at a trucking business and five other locations in Bakersfield, California.
The gunman fled the area, going to a nearby residence and fatally shooting two more people. He commandeered a vehicle before he killed himself when he was confronted by a sheriff's deputy, Youngblood said.
The shootings happened at a trucking business in Bakersfield, 90 miles north of Los Angeles, on Wednesday.
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When another man showed up, the gunman began to give chase.
"The suspect killed himself", the sheriff said.
Authorities are interviewing 30 witnesses and processing multiple crime scenes to piece together what led up to the violence.
A deputy pulled him over on a highway and confronted the suspect with his gun drawn, Youngblood said.
He then hijacked a vehicle with a woman and child in it; they were able to escape safely.
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"It's very unusual to have six people killed in one incident", the lawman said.
His identity was not immediately released.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office held a press conference Wednesday night and said the investigation is ongoing, but investigators are confident the shootings are connected.
"Obviously, there is some type of situation that caused the husband to be extremely upset", he said. Officers gave chase and the suspect pulled into a business, got out of the auto and shot himself, King said. A third man who arrived at the business was also pursued and shot.
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