According to sources, as many as 12 are dead in a shooting at a center for individuals with developmental disabilities.
ABC 7 reported that 12 people were killed at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, a nonprofit that works with people who have developmental disabilities such as autism.
The situation occurred before noon Pacific time on December 2, with some sources telling the station that three gunman were seen on the property.
“They locked themselves in her office. They seen bodies on the floor,” Marco Aguilera, whose wife was in the building during the shooting, said. His wife was able to escape the facility.
KTLA reported that as many as 20 people were shot. It is not known how many people were in the building at the time.
“Who would think of such a thing to make an attack at that kind of facility?” Dave Hall, whose daughter goes to the facility, said. The suspects, who were reportedly seen leaving in a black SUV, are currently being sought by police.
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