A gunman with known psychiatric and drug problems opened fire in a village in southern Switzerland on Thursday, killing three women and injuring two men, authorities said.
Police search for evidence on January 3, 2013 after a gunman opened fire in the village of Daillon, southern Switzerland, killing three women and injuring two men. The gunman had known psychiatric and drug problems.
The shooting raised questions about relatively liberal gun ownership laws in Switzerland, where citizens are allowed to keep their weapons at home outside periods of mandatory military service.
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