2 San Bernardino Suspects Killed In Shootout

Officers in San Bernardino, California, responded to an active shooter situation. Multiple people are dead and injured.
2 San Bernardino Suspects Killed In Shootout

Two suspected shooters, one male and one female, have been killed by authorities in connection with a California mass shooting. Authorities have detained a third person, but it's unclear if that person is connected to the shooting.

"They were dressed in assault-style clothing, they were both armed with assault rifles, they were both armed with handguns," the police chief told reporters.

Officials say three suspects attacked a social services center in San Bernadino, California, killing at least 14 people and wounding 17 more. The suspects fled the scene in a dark-colored SUV; police later cornered the vehicle, exchanging gunfire with the suspects.

At least one officer suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the shooting with two of the suspects.

So far, there is no apparent motive for the shooting. Officials are still working to clear the scenes of any suspicious devices.

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