14 Dead Another 14 Seriously Injured in San Bernardino Shooting


San Bernardino shooting

San Bernardino police chief has confirmed 14 fatalities another 14 seriously injured and several with minor injuries in an ongoing active shooter situation at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California.

The suspect or suspects have not been captured. Police are still securing the area. Police currently looking for 1 to 3 white males dressed in military tactical gear.

It is being reported that a device has been found and the bomb squad is on the scene.

San Bernardino police scanner feed.

The motive for the attack at the Inland Regional Center is still unknown, the facility is reportedly used as a center for people with developmental disabilities.

A source confirmed to Eyewitness News that there were three shooters armed with rifles, and there were no suspects in custody. Riverside police said they are helping other agencies look for male suspects in a black SUV, possibly a GMC Yukon.

The suspects are heavily armed and were possibly wearing body armor, according to Sgt. Vicki Cervantes with San Bernardino police.

Loma Linda University Medical Center said the hospital’s emergency room is in disaster mode and is expecting an influx of patients. The exact number of patients was not immediately available.

UPDATE: Two suspects died in a shootout involving multiple police officers following the incident at Inland Regional Center, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said at an evening news conference.

Burguan said one suspect was male and the other was female. They were both dressed in “assault-style clothing” and armed with assault rifles and handguns, the chief said.

Police said investigators were monitoring a house in the nearby town of Redlands when they saw a vehicle “suspected of being involved” leaving the property, which they pursued. The shootout took place in San Bernardino, the chief added.

A third person “was seen running away” from the scene of the shootout, the chief said, and is now in custody. “We don’t know if that person was involved,” Burguan said.

Two suspects have been identified as Syed R. Farook and 27-year-old Tashfeem Malik as the man and woman who died in the shootout with officers.

Public records show a person named Syed R. Farook was employed by the San Bernardino county health department as an environmental health specialist.

It is being reported that Farook was a guest at the Health Department holiday party, the scene of the shooting. Farook was involved in an argument and had left the gathering before the shooting took place.

After the shooting, it’s being reported that Farook drove to his home in Redlands, where police are still investigating.

We will update as information becomes available.



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