Update: According to a San Bernardino Police Department briefing, Wednesday's shooting looks to be the third worst mass shooting in American history with 12 fatalities already confirmed and another 14 people injured. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan told reporters that as many as three shooters opened fire at the center for the developmental disabled before escaping in a dark colored SUV. The suspects still remain at-large:
Less than a week after the last mass shooting, authorities in San Bernardino, California, are responding to another active shooter in what looks to be yet another mass shooting in America.
The San Bernardino Sun reports authorities have responded to an active shooter situation near the Inland Regional Center where city fire officials say 15 to 20 people have been wounded. According to the local ABC News affiliate, the Inland Regional Center serves people with developmental disabilities although the center's website appears to have crashed.
Dozens of people are currently being evacuated from the center and ABC News has confirmed that there are three active shooters who have yet to be apprehended. The bomb squad is also reportedly on the scene:
Watch firsthand accounts from friends and family waiting outside the scene of the San Bernadino shooting:
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Follow the local CBS News affiliates' livestream below:
Watch our recap of what 2016 presidential candidates have said about the San Bernardino shooting:
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