SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KABC) -- Monique Clark, the woman killed in a shooting rampage at a poolside birthday party in San Diego was a mother of three girls.
Friends say the 35-year-old was a good person who helped the homeless and volunteered often at food drives.
"Monique didn't deserve this," said friend Drew Phillips, who was also at the party. "You're at a pool party hanging out with friends, and you get killed. You don't go home to your babies."
Police say Peter Selis, 49, opened fire on a pool party at the apartment complex, killing Clark and wounding six other people. They say he was angry over a breakup and called his ex-girlfriend so she could hear him shooting strangers.
Officers killed Selis in a shootout and the six other victims are expected to survive.
"It was a terrible experience that we went through, but I'm glad that I'm alright, I'm glad that most of my friends are alright," said shooting survivor Thomas Blea.
San Diego shooting victim recalled as kind mother of 3
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