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2 suspects dead after Calif. mass shooting

Posted at 8:13 PM, Dec 02, 2015

LATEST: A suspect has been identified.

FOURTH UPDATE: Loma Linda Hospital, where 5 victims are being treated, received a bomb threat between 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. Two of the 5 victims are listed in critical condition. Two suspects are dead, according to the Associated Press. A third person has been detained, but it is unclear if they are a suspect.

THIRD UPDATE: One officer has been shot and one suspect has been injured. There officers injuries are said to be non life-threatening. There is no information available on the suspects condition. 14 people have been reported dead and 17 are reportedly injured. Police say 2 suspects are "dealt with" and there may be a third possibly on the run.

SECOND UPDATE: Nevada Highway Patrol added extra patrols on Interstate 15 and the state line following the shooting in San Bernardino with the suspects still on the loose.

UPDATE: Officials said at least 14 are dead and 14 injured in a mass shooting in San Bernardino.

Police said three people entered the Inland Regional Center, which serves people with developmental disabilities, and began shooting. The three are at large right now. Ports and county and city buildings are locked down.

Police say the attackers came prepared with long guns. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan declined to say what kind of weapons they used at the Inland Regional Center. Burguan says a motive wasn't yet clear, but that the shooters "were on a mission" and "came in with a purpose."

He says police are looking for up to three shooters.
  
The attack was concentrated in one area of the building where most victims were shot, while hundreds of other people weren't injured. Burguan says it's too early to say whether the attackers targeted that area or chose it out of convenience or at random.
  
The president and CEO of the center says the shooting happened in a conference area where the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health was having a banquet.

Opportunity Village, which also helps people with developmental disabilities, have locked the doors to their facilities with the except of the main entrances that are manned by personnel.

"Our hearts go out to those affected by the tragic incident in San Bernardino today that occurred at a facility similar to Opportunity Village that serves people with intellectual disabilities."

Opportunity Village has also requested an increased police presence following the incident.

ORIGINAL STORY

Police in San Bernardino, California, are responding to reports of an active shooter at a social services facility.

Lt. Rich Lawhead said Wednesday there are reports of multiple victims. 

No arrests have been made.  

Sgt. Vicky Cervantes says police are working to secure the scene in the inland region east of Los Angeles.

At least 10 people have been taken to hospitals for treatment after the shooting at a social services facility in Southern California.
  
San Bernardino County announced on its Twitter account that six people were being treated at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, which is run by the county.
  
A spokeswoman for Loma Linda University Medical Center says four patients were taken to its trauma center. Spokeswoman Briana Pastorino says she didn't know their conditions. She says the hospital expects to get three more patients.  

Authorities say multiple people were shot and some were killed Wednesday at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid issued a response to the shooting.

"Gun violence has become a cancer on this nation. We must make common sense gun reforms that keep weapons out of dangerous hands."