(ABC NEWS) – There were reports of up to 12 people dead in a shooting Wednesday in San Bernardino, California, accordingly to various official sources.
The San Bernardino Fire Department has reported that they were responding to reports of 20 people being shot at the Inland Regional Center, a facility that cares for the people with developmental disabilities.
According to the San Bernardino Sheriff, authorities were searching for one to three suspects. The Sheriff’s office says there have been “multiple” victims. Their conditions were not clear.
The FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms have both confirmed to ABC News that they are responding to the shooting.
A man whose wife works at the Inland Regional Center said that his wife saw a man she believed to be a shooter.
“The guy came in next to her office and I guess started shooting,” said the man, who identified himself to KABC as Marc.
He said that his wife told him she locked herself in her office with others. When she and the others left the building, “they saw bodies on the floor,” Marc said his wife told him.