SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- A Southern California hospital says it has received three Santa Monica shooting victims, including two in critical condition.
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center spokesman Mark Wheeler says the third patient is in serious condition.
The shooting was reported shortly before noon Friday near Santa Monica College.
Police Sgt. Rudy Flores said those believed to be down included the shooter. He did not elaborate on the extent of their wounds.
Flores said numerous witnesses called to report that the shooting began with a man on a street corner firing shots shooting at vehicles, including a bus.
The gunfire took place about 3 miles from where President Barack Obama was attending a fundraiser Friday afternoon.
Secret Service spokesman Max Milien said the agency was aware of the shooting and it's not affecting the president's event.
Santa Monica College is a two-year college with about 34,000 students. The campus in the coastal Los Angeles suburb spreads out over 38 acres.