Shooting in San Bernardino kills at least 14, wounds 17
LOS ANGELES (92 News) – One suspect was killed following a shootout with the police and a second person has been detained after a massive manhunt for gunmen who opened fire on Thursday, killing at least 14 people and wounding 17 others in San Bernardino.
The rampage shooting at a holiday party by gunmen described as “on a mission” marked the deadliest mass shooting in the US since Newtown where 27 children and staff were killed in 2012.
After being informed the teams of police, Federal Board of Investigation (FBI) and Anti-terrorism Force (ATF) reached the spot and cordoned off the area. The teams further directed the residents to stay at home, offices and safe places.
When chased the suspects opened firing at security forces, in retaliation one terrorists was killed while the security forces apprehended the second.
According to the US Police, the terrorist were carrying latest weapons, while the number of terrorists could be three and they were searching for the third terrorist.