Inland Regional Center shooting believed to have occurred in a conference building rented by an outside group

Survivors being evacuated from the scene of the shooting
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New reports have found that a shooting in San Bernardino, California occurred at least partially in an Inland Regional Center conference building that had been rented by an outside group. According to witnesses, three shooters wearing military gear opened fire on employees, killing at least 14 people and wounding at least 14 more. The executive director at the Inland Regional Center, which services developmentally disabled children and adults, said the building had been rented by a local health department for a holiday party. The shooter or shooters remain at large; the motive of the attack is not yet known.

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