NBC Bay Area News is reporting that three people were killed, including a 6-year-old boy, and 15 were wounded Sunday as a gunman opened fire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California.

One of the suspects was shot and killed, and a second suspect was still on the loose late Sunday, sources told NBC Bay Area.

Hippie Dave tweeted a video showing the chaos that erupted at the Garlic Festival after hearing gunshots. The video shows people running away from the active shooter:

Running away from my life from the Gilroy garlic festival, mind the language because I was in shock! I am so thankful that I’m alive, I saw gunfire smoke and even got struck in the forehead by a ricochet from shrapnel. I was near where the gunman was firing!

According to KRON-4, A 6-year-old boy was killed in the shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting, according to the family.

Three people were killed and 15 other injured when a shooter opened fire at the festival Sunday evening. The gunman, who gained access to the festival by cutting a fence, was shot and killed by police.

The boy has been identified as Stephen Romero, according to his father and grandmother.

Stephen Romero (Photo provided to KRON4 by family)

Romero was at the festival with his mother, who was also shot and is being treated at a hospital.

The boy’s father, who was not at the festival, tells KRON4 he got a call that his son and his wife were being transported to the hospital.

Romero’s mother was shot in the hand and in the stomach. She is expected to survive.

The boy’s grandmother was also injured in the shooting.

Here is another photo of Stephen Romero:

KRON-4 reported on the tragic shooting death of 6-year-old Stephen Romero.

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