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Two Dead, One Wounded In Suspected Murder-Suicide, Deputies Say

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OROSI, Calif. (KMPH) -

The Tulare County Sheriff's Department says two people whose bodies were found inside of an Orosi home died in a murder-suicide. 

Deputies received a call from an 8-year-old girl in the home on Clyde Avenue near Road 130 around 4:30 a.m., saying that shots had been fired inside of the home.

When deputies arrived, they found 33-year-old Jennifer Kimble and her 63-year-old father, Anthony Alvarez dead inside.

Deputies say Alvarez killed Kimble and also shot his other daughter, 33-year-old Valarie Alvarez, before taking his own life.

Valerie was flown to a Fresno hospital, where she remains in critical condition.

Deputies say three kids were inside the home at the time. They were not hurt.

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