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LIVE: Police respond to armed woman at Yountville Veterans Home

LIVE: Police respond to armed woman at Yountville Veterans Home

 Yountville, Calif. (KGO) -- A large police presence has responded to the Veterans Home of California in Yountville Tuesday morning following reports of a woman armed with a gun.

The first call came in around 7:30 a.m.

State Sen. Bill Dodd, who represents Napa, told ABC7 there were "no shots fired." California Highway Patrol is the lead agency on site. CHP hasn't confirmed if any shots were fired by the woman in question or law enforcement.

The facility is on lockdown.

A shelter-in-jcnssplace has been ordered for the Napa County town and people are being asked to stay away from the area.

This is a breaking story. We'll update as we learn more details.

A gunman killed three women at the Yountville veterans home in March 2018. Christine Loeber, Jennifer Gray Golick, and Jennifer Gonzales Shushereba were killed in the attack.

The 2018 attack happened in the Pathway Home, a residential therapy program on site. The Pathway Home has not reopened since.

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The Veterans Home of California-Yountville is the largest home for veterans in the United States.

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