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Shell casings indicate at least one other shooter in deadly gunfight in San Bernardino park

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Police recover a revolver possibly used in a San Bernardino gunfight in which two men were killed, a woman gravely injured and another man shot in the foot.

Authorities in San Bernardino now believe at least one other shooter was involved in Sunday night’s deadly gun battle which left two men dead, another man injured and a woman clinging to life.

The Press-Enterprise reports that police investigators believe no fewer than three firearms were in play during the 9:15 p.m. gunfight in the parking lot of the Delmann Heights Community Center. Two of the weapons belonged to the two dead men -- 35-year-old Ramiro Aguilar Jr. of San Bernardino and 31-year-old Corey Broussard of Victorville -- who apparently started the violence after getting into an argument.

More than 20 rounds were fired, police told the Press-Enterprise -- with dozens of innocent bystanders in the area. Kids were playing basketball while families enjoyed a local baseball game and a large community barbeque, complete with DJ, which Aguilar and Broussard were also attending.