Report of ‘blood seeping’ from Florida condo leads to 3 dead

A 911 call led to a horrific discovery at a Florida condo. According to CBS 12, West Palm Beach police responded to the Paradise Cove Condominiums Sunday after a 911 caller reported seeing “blood seeping” from inside the home. According to WPBF, three people were found dead inside: A 37-year-old man, a 32-year-old woman and a third victim whose age was not provided. A gun was found in the bedroom and detectives are calling the shooting a domestic dispute. Officers said there was no forced entry to the home and all victims lived at the condo. Neighbor Everett Hamilton said he was disturbed by the news.”The parking lot was all yellow tape. There were a lot of officers and police cars, firetrucks, paramedics. It’s very disappointing to know that somebody lost their life. A lot of collateral damage. I’m sure a lot of people involved; family members and loved ones,” he said. The medical examiner is working to determine the official cause of death.

A 911 call led to a horrific discovery at a Florida condo.

According to CBS 12, West Palm Beach police responded to the Paradise Cove Condominiums Sunday after a 911 caller reported seeing “blood seeping” from inside the home.

According to WPBF, three people were found dead inside: A 37-year-old man, a 32-year-old woman and a third victim whose age was not provided.

A gun was found in the bedroom and detectives are calling the shooting a domestic dispute. Officers said there was no forced entry to the home and all victims lived at the condo.

Neighbor Everett Hamilton said he was disturbed by the news.

“The parking lot was all yellow tape. There were a lot of officers and police cars, firetrucks, paramedics. It’s very disappointing to know that somebody lost their life. A lot of collateral damage. I’m sure a lot of people involved; family members and loved ones,” he said.

The medical examiner is working to determine the official cause of death.

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