Kuredjian said that shots were still being fired when sheriff's deputies arrived on the scene.
Police say the threat is still active and the shooter is still at large after opening fire at the Borderline Bar and Grill. I heard these big pops.
"I was at the front door and I was talking to my stepdad". I hit the ground.
The Ventura County Fire Department confirmed just after midnight that there had been reports of "multiple injuries" at the bar.
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"We had to get out of there, and I apologise for leaving", the visibly distressed man said.
He described the attacker as a bearded man in a black jacket and hat. Witnesses said many of those inside were college students. Threw in smoke to confuse people and opened fire on the dancefloor.
Some had to use chairs to break windows inside the bar to escape.
According to AP, Ventura County Sheriff's Office Captain Garo Kuredjian said the first reports of shots fired came around 11:20 pm and the authorities are still treating it as "a very active scene".
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Witnesses told The LA Times someone ran into the bar about 11.30pm, U.S. time, and started firing what appeared to be a black pistol.
TV footage showed SWAT teams surrounding the bar, with distraught revelers milling around and using their cell phones as lights from police cars flashed.
Borderline Bar & Grill is a western-style facility that hosts theme nights such as country, salsa and swing dancing. An event aimed at university students was scheduled to take place this evening.
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