Update: 14 Dead, 14 More Wounded in San Bernardino, CA Shooting; Multiple Gunmen Reported
Multiple gunmen opened fire at a developmental disabilities center in San Bernardino, California, just before noon Wednesday, killing 14 people and injuring another 14, according to law enforcement officials.
San Bernardino police chief, Jarrod Burguan, reported authorities are in pursuit of “upwards of three gunmen” after they entered Inland Regional Center, opened fire, then fled.
ABC News has confirmed there are 14 fatalities and as many as 14 more people have been wounded at the center, which according to its Facebook page, is a facility “serving individuals with developmental disabilities in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.”
The shooting took place near the 1300 block of S. Waterman Avenue in the city.
According to the San Bernardino Sheriff, a search is on for “one to three suspects,” ABC reported. Fox 11 is reporting the suspects are “3 white males dressed in military gear.”
Initial reports say the alleged perpetrators of the shooting fled in a “dark-colored SUV.” Berguan reported the gunmen used “long rifles,” and not hand guns.