San Bernardino Shooters Are Reportedly Cornered

by Stacey Leasca
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Update 6:59 pm:

Law enforcement sources identified one of the suspects in the shooting as Syed Farook to multiple news outlets, including the LA Times.

Update 5:37 pm:

Two suspects have been killed, one male and one female, dressed in "assault style clothing," via local police.

Update 3:58 pm:

One shooter has been shot, another reportedly dead, the last shooter still at large, KTLA reports. One officer was hit during the shootout but does not appear to have life-threatening injuries.

On Wednesday, upwards of 14 people were killed and an additional 17 people were wounded in a shooting in San Bernardino, California.

The shooters targeted the Inland Regional Center, a facility serving people with developmental disabilities.

As of 3:20 pm, local time, the shooters have been cornered by local police in a black SUV. Live video via KTLA shows the shooters inside their car while police surround them. Officers wearing tactile gear began slowly approaching the vehicle around 3:30 pm. KTLA is reporting at least one of the shooters has been shot by police.

President Obama, who was reportedly alerted of the shooting during a scheduled interview with CBS, appeared very upset as he delivered an informal statement on the incident.

The president said,

We have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world.

Mayor Carey Davis additionally shared this statement,