At least 12 people were killed this morning in San Bernardino, California during a mass shooting at a learning disability center.
According to Daily Mail, police were called to the Inland Regional Center at 11:15 am. The 44 year-old facility is a non-profit organization for people with disabilities, and it has 670 employees. The organization works with 30,000 people in the California area to help them live normal lives.
Authorities say there were as many as three white male shooters, each dressed in ski masks and military gear. The gunman are reportedly still on the loose at this time.
Initial reports say at least 20 people were injured and 12 are dead. We will update you further as this story develops.