Eight People Shot At San Bernardino Apartment Complex
Eight people have been shot at an apartment complex in San Bernardino, California, and city police are unsure what motivated the shooting at this time.
Police in the Southern California have not reported any fatalities, but one of the known victims is a 17-year-old boy in critical condition, police said Monday, Reuters reported.
The shooting occurred late Sunday night at an outdoor gathering in the common area of an apartment building, San Bernardino police spokesman Captain Richard Lawhead told Reuters.
“Right now, nobody is cooperating and providing us with the information we need to help us locate a suspect or what led to the shooting or anything else,” Lawhead said.
At least 10 victims were shot overnight at an apartment complex on 1277 East Lynwood Drive in San Bernardino, according to @SanBernardinoPD. Authorities have not pronounced anyone deceased, but some of the victims are in extremely critical condition, police say. No suspect info.
— Kurt Chirbas (@kchirbas) September 3, 2018
Conditions of six of the victims is not known, but two are in the hospital in critical condition. (RELATED: ‘Mass Shooting’ Reported In Jacksonville, Florida)
Conflicting reports reveal 10 people were shot and three were in critical condition.
Three of the victims are in an “extremely critical” condition, San Bernardino Police spokesman Captain Richard Lawhead said.https://t.co/wTJ7q2vEHc
— News 5 Cleveland (@WEWS) September 3, 2018
One report says victims were playing a game of dice when the shooting occurred, but police have not yet confirmed details.
Update: A 17-year-old is in grave condition after being shot during a dice game at an apartment complex, @SanBernardinoPD said. The shooting also left 7 others injured, according to officialshttps://t.co/MEb9VIx8Fd
— KTLA (@KTLA) September 3, 2018
Officials did not offer Reuters speculation about any connection to the 2015 mass shooting in the same city at the Inland Regional Center.
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