One or more gunmen opened fire inside a center for the disabled in San Bernardino, California on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people and wounding the same number before fleeing the scene, officials said.
The shooting took place inside a packed conference room located within Inland Regional Center, which assists people with developmental disabilities.
Lavinia Johnson, the center’s executive director, told CNN that her staff were waiting to be evacuated from the site.
Witnesses quoted by local media said suspects were seen leaving the scene in a black SUV. Cervantes did not confirm that the shooter or shooters were wearing military-style body armor.
However, Police were still hunting for the shooter or shooters, saying one to three possible suspects were being sought, and said it was not immediately clear what the motive was.