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14 killed, 17 injured as terrorists attack a building in California


California shootings

Terrorists strike at a building used to provide services for the disabled in San Bernardino, California.

According to details, the brutality began around 11 a.m. local time, at the convention building at the Inland Regional Centre when a holiday event was going on. Eye- witnesses reveal there were at least two gunmen who were spraying bullets which resulted in the loss of 14 people.

Moreover, the carnage left another 17 people hurt; while several got wounded by shootings from automatic-style rifles. Reports have this that some of the people got wounded while in a panic to escape from the building. However, after the carnage, the shooters managed to flee in a black SUV. This incident has impelled an extensive police response in the affected area.

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On the other hand, those who have survived the mass shootings said that they had been hiding in offices, bathrooms and closets, in order to save their lives. Most of terrified survivors added, that they were sending text messages to their loved ones mentioning that they feared they could be next to be shot.

Moreover, while speaking in this regard, the San Bernardino Police Chief-Jarrod Burguan did not mention the ages or appearances of the suspected shooters. However, he did say that the shooters were armed with assault-style rifles and handguns. While another law enforcement official said that the assailants were carrying AR-15s rifles or a similar style weapons.

On the other hand, the White House has revealed after the incident President Barack Obama was “briefed by his Homeland Security Advisor Lisa Monaco about the shooting and had asked to be updated on the situation as it develops.” In this regard, the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted: “I refuse to accept this as normal. We must take action to stop gun violence now.”