A third body was found in the rubble of a burned-out camper van in California. According to the authorities, it came in a dispute on a golf course to shots and fire.
The police of Santa Maria identified Kurt Bracke (70) and Richard Hanen (78) as the victims who were fatally shot.
The residents told the Santa Maria Times that there had long been a feud between the two men and the shooter who came Friday on the golf course of the Casa Grande Mobile Estates at Santa Maria, a coastal town about 140 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The shooter was not identified.
"These three guys have been threatening for a long time," said Keith Castro.
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When the police responded to gun shots on Friday morning, she discovered that one man in the Casa Grande clubhouse had been fatally shot and another died in the grass.
The shooter was said to have fled to his motorhome, which went up in flames after a small explosion. The fire spread to nearby campers before it could be extinguished by firemen who exploded ammunition from the rifleman's camper.
"Ammunition burned off during all the fire-fighting," said Police Chief Phil Hansen.
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The authorities initially found two bodies in the rubble, which are believed to be the gunman's. On Saturday, however, another victim was found. Their names are published after the coroner's office confirms their identity.