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Investigators know who the gunman is and they know he is armed with a rifle.

Robertson says the gunman released some hostages and kept the three.

The home has been in contact the California Highway Patrol, which provides public safety help because the home is a state facility, Cusator said.

"We have activated our emergency response protocol and are cooperating with law enforcement". He didn't give a motive for the gunman's actions.

The Veterans Home of California opened in 1884 and is the oldest veterans home in the country.

Jan Thornton was among hundreds of relatives anxious sick about their loved ones. It is located in Yountville, north of San Francisco.

Thornton says she's still shaking and that she hasn't been able to talk to her father. Thornton said she was anxious about how her dad's coping with the stress, considering his age, PTSD and slight dementia.

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She was able to speak with him by phone, according to AP.

He does not know if the shooter was a veteran receiving treatment from the home.

An armoured police vehicle, ambulances and several fire trucks were at the scene.

The Napa County Sheriff's Office said officers responded to the Veterans Home of California in Yountville around 10:45 a.m. local time and a shelter-in-place order was issued.

It is unclear if the shots were live rounds, according to an official from the Veteran's Home.

Mr Fransen said authorities were working to establish a secure perimeter around the facility, which is home to about 1,000 residents.

The home, which houses around 1,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, has been put into lockdown as authorities surround the property.