"It’s awful:" Governor Walker reacts to mass shooting in San Bernardino; at least 14 killed

SAN BERNARDINO, Cali. — The hunt for one to three suspects was taking place near a San Bernardino, California, center for people with developmental disabilities, where at least 14 people were killed Wednesday, Police Chief Jarrod Burguan told reporters.

Fourteen other people were wounded in the shooting, Burguan said.

SWAT teams and the bomb squad were working to clear the buildings where the shootings took place.

Governor Scott Walker reacted to this latest mass shooting on Wednesday.

"Certainly, it’s awful. As I’ve said all too often in the past, for Tonette and I personally, our hearts and our prayers go out to anyone involved, the families of the victims. I don’t want to go too far into this one because it continues to be an active situation from what we see in the reports and we talked about it on the way out, so it’s hard to say too much about this case because it’s fluid," Walker said.

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