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A bar employee was shot and killed after getting into a "verbal dispute" with a patron at the West Long Beach bar the Crow's Nest Sunday night, police said.


Gunfire erupted at roughly 10:15, inside the Crow's Nest located on the 1900 block of Willow Street in West Long Beach. The worker sustained multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body and later died at a nearby hospital.

  • The suspect, who remains at large, discharged his weapon multiple times towards the victim.

  • LBPD officers provided medical aid to the wounded employee, and LBFD transported him to the hospital.

  • The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner will identify the victim and notify the next of kin.


A dockworker at the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach was killed when a vehicle struck him Sunday afternoon.


The incident occurred at 3:45 p.m. at the 300 block of Mediterranean Way, near Pier T Avenue. The worker was later declared dead at the scene in what LBPD spokesperson Gallagher told the Post as an “industrial accident.”

  • The LA Coroner’s office has identified the victim as 64-year -old Chulaih Ang.

  • Investigators haven’t said what type of vehicle struck Ang.


A Tsunami warning has been issued for the Western United States, plus Alaska and Hawaii after an underwater volcano erupted near Tongo in the Pacific Ocean.


Hours ago, an underwater volcano near the Polynesian island nation of Tonga erupted, causing violent waves to crash ashore; flooding even reached the capital of Nuku'alofa.

  • Tonga's King Tupou VI was evacuated from the Royal Palace after the tsunami flooded the capital, RNZ reported.

  • It is unknown the severity of the damage at this time due to an internet outage across Tongo.

Back home:

The National Weather Service has warned California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska residents to move off the beach and stay out of harbors and marinas.

  • There are reports of flooding in Santa Cruz with images of capsized boats in the harbor, and in Orange County, a sheriff's helicopter was spotted, warning people to stay off the beach.

  • The City of Long Beach alerted residents to expect "small rip currents and tidal changes near beaches and harbors at 7:50 am."

  • The National Weather Service in San Diego says waves have arrived and will continue throughout the afternoon.