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<p>LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Thomas Lewis Turner, 39, an employee of Cal-Cen Federal Credit Union in Anaheim, shot and killed his wife and 15-year-old nephew as they prepared for work and school last Monday, then fired a bullet into the chest of his toddler daughter before fatally shooting himself, according to the Los Angeles Times. The 22-month toddler was listed in stable condition at Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center in Mission Viejo after surgery. Orange County sheriff’s deputies arrived about 10 a.m. to find the apartment’s blinds drawn and the front door bolted, said sheriff’s spokesman Jim Amormino. Deputies borrowed a ladder from a neighbor to look through the apartment’s second-story window and, through a gap in the blinds, saw the wounded child in the crib. Deputies then broke through the front door, the Times reported. Amormino said there was no record of domestic disturbances at the Turners’ address and a motive for the killings could not be identified.</p>

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