Shooting In California Leaves At Least 14 People Dead

Shooting In California Leaves At Least 14 People Dead

Police in San Bernadino, California are searching for up to three gunmen who killed at least 14 people at a social services centre.

Officers said there were also 14 wounded in the attack at the Inland Regional Center, which helps adults with disabilities. The gunmen, in military-style clothing, entered the building and opened fire before fleeing in a black SUV.

Witnesses said people locked themselves in offices as the gunfire rang out.

According to the the Centre's president, Maybeth Field, said the attack took place in a conference area where the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health was holding a social event. FBI officials said they do not yet know if it was a terrorist attack but local police said it might have been domestic terrorism.

The shooting happened less than a week after a shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado left three people dead and nine people wounded.

 

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