The Housleys are frantically searching for news about their niece who attended a college night event at a country music venue in Thousand Oaks, California on Wednesday, Nov. 7.
A gunman opened fire at the Borderline Bar & Grill just before midnight. At least 12 have been confirmed dead.
Pepperdine University has confirmed multiple students were at the venue at the time of the shooting, and some are still unaccounted for, including Pepperdine freshman Alaina Housley.
Replying to a Twitter user named Ashley’s request for information about her missing roommate, Tamera wrote: “Ashely this is her aunt Tamera Mowry-Housley. Can you please DM me your information?”
When Ashley explained she has been in contact with Adam, Tamara asked, “Ok. Thank you. Is she the only one unaccounted for?” and was told the other girls from Ashley’s residence hall who went to the line dance “are safe”.
Fox News correspondent Adam also took to Twitter, asking people to pray for “beautiful soul” Alaina, and updated fans that she still hadn’t been found.
LA Times reporter Andrea Castillo tweeted that Adam had arrived at a hospital, where the wounded are being treated.
“A guard didn’t let him enter, saying the hospital was on lockdown. Castillo said Alaina was at the bar with several friends. Her Apple Watch and iPhone still showed her location on the dance floor,” she wrote.
“Housley said two of Alaina’s roommates jumped through a broken window to escape and are at a hospital being treated for lacerations from the broken glass.
As they ran away from the bar, someone screamed “Hey! Get the —- down on the ground!” They told Housley they believe it was the gunman.
The gunman was already dead when police arrived within 3 minutes of the first 911 call. It isn’t clear if he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.