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Bakersfield shooting rampage that left 6 dead is 'the new normal,' sheriff says

LOS ANGELES - A gunman's bloody rampage through Bakersfield, Calif., may have been triggered by a love triangle involving the shooter, his estranged wife and a co-worker, a stunned witness said Thursday.

As investigators attempt to reconstruct the violent sequence of events that left six people dead, including the gunman, Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood told reporters that the episode appeared to be part of a national trend.

"This is the new normal if you look across the country at these types of

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