As many as 20 people were shot by three suspects armed with AK-47-type weapons at a facility for people with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino, California today.
National media outlets are providing updated information on this active situation.
According to CNN, SWAT teams and a bomb squad were working to clear the buildings where the shootings took place. Witnesses told police they saw three men with "long guns" who got away in a black SUV.
The local sheriff's department requested anyone with information to tweet #ActiveShooter @sbcountysheriff.
Featured Image: Survivors are evacuated from the scene of a shooting under police and sheriff's escort on December 2, 2015 in San Bernadino, California. One or more gunman opened fire inside a building in San Bernardino in California, with reports of 20 victims at a center that provides services for the disabled. Police were still hunting for the shooter, saying one to three possible suspects were involved. Heavily armed SWAT teams, firefighters and ambulances swarmed the scene, located about an hour east of Los Angeles, as police warned residents away. (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)