UC Davis student kills two and wounds one before killing himself in Sacramento grocery store shooting

UC Davis student kills two and wounds one before killing himself in Sacramento grocery store shooting

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Hassibullah Shams Hassib was a third-year international relations major at UC Davis

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Hassibullah Shams Hassib, a third-year international relations major at UC Davis, shot and killed two people and injured another person before taking his own life in Sacramento last week, according to The Sacramento Bee

Andy Fell, the Associate Director of News and Media Relations, confirmed that Hassib, 33, was a student at the university. 

Hassib reportedly began firing his gun at the East Market and Restaurant-Sharq on El Camino Avenue, near Arden Fair Mall.

Among the victims were Shujauddin Omar Kheil, 27, the father of a four-year-old—who witnessed the shooting—and a six-month-old, and 19-year-old Mobin Andishman. The third victim, 30, survived and is expected to make a full recovery. 
Written by: Rebecca Bihn-Wallace — campus@theaggie.org