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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.


Details:

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.


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


Details:

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.


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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.


Details:

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.



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