San Diego shooting: What we know so far

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One man was taken to the hospital after he broke his arm running away.

A man holding a gun in one hand and a bottle of beer in the other opened fire around a swimming pool in an affluent San Diego apartment complex, killing one and injuring others before police shot him dead on Sunday.

Zimmerman identified the deceased suspect as Peter Selis, 49, a resident of the at the La Jolla Crossroads apartments complex where the shooting took place in University City. Several of the injured remained in critical condition, Zimmerman said Sunday night.

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Police say Selis fired into the crowd of people at the birthday party.

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A police helicopter arrived to the scene first and the pilot reported seeing multiple victims on the ground and that the suspect, Selis, was still in the pool area and appeared to be reloading.

Selis, a mechanic at a Ford dealership, was also deeply in debt and filed for bankruptcy in 2015, according to news reports.

"There was no indication that he was there to do evil", witness Drew Phillips tells the Union-Tribune. He eventually turned the gun toward responding police and was killed, possibly in an exchange of gunfire. He credited the police response with preventing more bloodshed and loss of life.

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