Earl May, owner of a seed company and E. S. Welch, owner of a nursery believed that radio could greatly enhance their struggling businesses. Police vehicles arrive on the scene of the investigation following a deadly shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival (Image: Getty)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA suspect has been killed after opening fire at a food festival in California, police said.Three people were killed and at least 15 others injured after the shooting that sent panicked people running at the annual food festival in Gilroy.The shooter used a rifle and gained entry to the packed festival by cutting through a fence to avoid the tight security, including metal detectors, police said.Police believe a second person was involved.Gilroy California Police Chief Scot Smithee said a second person, “was involved in some way, we just don know in what way,” and “We have no idea of a motive.”Sunday was the final day of this year event.The band Tin Man was just starting an encore when shots rang out.Singer Jack van Breen said he saw a man wearing a green shirt and greyish handkerchief around his neck fire into the food area with what looked like an assault rifle.Mr Van Breen and other members of the band dove under the stage.He said he heard someone shout: “Why are you doing this?” and the reply: “Because I really angry.”His bandmate Vlad Malinovsky, from Walnut Creek, California, said he heard a lot of shots and then it stopped.Later, law enforcement came by and told the band members and others hiding with them to come out with their hands up.Scottish gran targeted in dumbbell attack by convicted killer calls for law changeStanford Medical Centre has two patients being treated from the shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, spokeswoman Julie Greicius said.She had no details on their injuries or conditions.Santa Clara Valley Medical Centre received five victims, spokeswoman Joy Alexiou said.She also had no information on their conditions.Evenny Reyes of Gilroy, 13, told the Mercury News that she spent the day at the festival with her friends and relatives.”We were just leaving and we saw a guy with a bandanna wrapped around his leg because he got shot. And there were people on the ground, crying,” she said.”There was a little kid hurt on the ground.”People were throwing tables and cutting fences to get out.”She said that she did not run at first because the gunshots sounded like fireworks.”It started going for five minutes, maybe three. It was like the movies everyone was crying, people were screaming,” she said..