San Diego County teen
Gore also said that the 16-year-old girl was being held "under duress" by
Gore has scheduled a news conference for 2:30 p.m. in San Diego County. The girl's father, Brett Anderson, and
[Updated, 10:43 a.m. PDT Aug. 12: In an interview with Fox 5 in San Diego, Gore said Hannah was not aware that her mother and brother had been killed at the time she was recovered by FBI agents in Idaho.
“Our focus now is on trying to get Hannah all the resources, the help she needs to get through this extremely traumatic ordeal she’s been through,” he said.]
DiMaggio was shot and killed by FBI agents on Saturday, ending a six-day manhunt that began on Aug. 4 when firefighters responded to DiMaggio's home in rural San Diego County. Christina Anderson, 44, was found dead in the garage; the burned body of 8-year-old
Hannah Anderson could not be found, which set off an Amber Alert that ultimately was activated in five states -- California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Idaho.
A break in the case didn't come until Thursday, when a group of horseback riders notified authorities that they had spotted Hannah Anderson and DiMaggio deep in the Idaho wilderness the day before.
Gore said DiMaggio fired at least one shot at authorities before he was fatally wounded by an FBI agent.
He was armed with at least one weapon that he was carrying in a shoulder holster, Gore said.
Hannah Anderson was physically unharmed, authorities said.
She has been reunited with her father, Brett Anderson, who told CNN: "I am nervous, excited and saddened for my wife and son and worried what my daughter has been through. It’s now healing time. Keep us in your prayers."