Mother of 3 killed in mass shooting at San Diego pool party

Police officers stand guard in front a La Jolla apartment building after a shooting Sunday

Police officers stand guard in front a La Jolla apartment building after a shooting Sunday

Sunday evening, 46-year-old Peter Selis opened fire at a pool party which left one dead and six injured, allegedly due to being "distraught and depressed" over a recent breakup. An African-American male fleeing the area broke his arm when he was fleeing the gunfire.

One victim, 34-year-old Thomas Blea, said he was grateful to a security guard at the apartment complex who hustled him and two other victims quickly to safety.

San Diego police officers work at a cordoned off La Jolla apartment after a shooting Sunday, April 30, 2017, in San Diego. The shooter, later identified as Peter Selis, was subsequently killed by police after aiming his gun at them, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Police said they believe the gunman and at least one of the partygoers lived at the apartment complex.

According to Zimmerman, Selis was dejected following a recent breakup with his girlfriend and that he called her during the shooting to make her listen. Some of the victims were taken away in cars to hospital before paramedics made it to the scene.

Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said a department helicopter arrived first and saw the suspect still in the pool area and said he appeared to be reloading.

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The witness video, filmed from above the apartment complex pool, shows two police officers with their guns drawn, firing across the pool area in the direction of the suspect.

The Sunday night shooting at La Jolla Crossroads rattled residents of this upscale enclave located near the University of California San Diego campus. He fired a large- caliber handgun into a crowd while sitting in a lounge chair holding a beer and speaking to the woman on his cellphone.

"There is zero information to indicate that race played a factor in this bad and horrific crime", Zimmerman told news crews. "My granddaughters lost their mother, I lost my daughter, her siblings lost their sister, and countless other family members and close friends have lost someone who was taken from us too soon due to a senseless" cowardly act of violence.

Griffin briefly froze and then dropped to the ground as six rounds sent people scattering and dropped others on the pool deck. "No computer, no book", Griffin said, adding that Selis "did not say a single word", even after he started shooting.

Three officers shot the suspect after he pointed the gun at them, according to police. Zimmerman said during a morning press conference that all six of those wounded are expected to survive. "People are shocked because it's an affluent neighborhood", Berry said.

A man who witnessed the deadly shooting tells PEOPLE that he had just spoken with one of the victims before she was fatally shot by the gunman. He listed his occupation as auto mechanic, according to a petition filed in US Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of California.