As many as 20 people have been shot today in San Bernardino, California, according to multiple reports. Information is still light, with details just coming in. But here’s what we know so far: Some reports suggest there could be as many as 12 fatalities and some of the victims are already receiving treatment at the Loma Linda University Medical Center. The shooting happened about 60 miles outside of LA at the Inland Regional Center, an organization that offers services to those with developmental disabilities. About 600 people work at the complex where the shooting took place. Local police were notified of the shooting around 11 a.m. PT, and reports say the FBI and ATF are headed to the scene currently. And according to the Washington Post, this is the 355th mass-shooting in 2015.
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