New information is coming to light about the shooter who opened fire on YouTube’s campus in San Bruno, California Tuesday.
Police say 39-year-old Nasim Aghdam used a handgun to shoot three people before killing herself.
A woman who was shot in the leg came into the Carl’s Jr. across the street to escape.
"We grabbed napkins threw it on the leg. One guy gave her a t-shirt," said Tim McCarthy, who helped that victim.
Zach Vorhies is a software engineer at YouTube. He says he evacuated on his skateboard, but accidentally rolled right into the shooting.
"I froze and I noticed that laying 25 feet away from this individual was somebody that had been shot in the stomach," said Vorhies.
Police initially believed this was a domestic dispute, but now, they’re investigating the possibility that Aghdam was disgruntled with how YouTube allegedly stifled traffic and censored videos on her channel.
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