Active Shooter At Elementary School In San Bernardino: What We Know

1:00PM EST

At least one child has been shot at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino.

Authorities responded to a report of a shooting at the school, where they encountered an active shooter.

Nearby, Cal State University was placed on lock down for precautionary reasons.

As of right now, San Bernardino Fire Department is reporting multiple gunshot victims, all of whom are being treated. Police are saying there are currently four victims.

As of right now there are no reports on casualties or who the suspect might be. We will update as we get more information.


ABC News is reporting 4 people have been injured, the threat has been contained, and helicopters are on site to treat the victims. It is believed to be a murder-suicide.


According to NBC Los Angeles, two people are now dead as a result of the shooting. The shooter is "possibly down," said Chief Jarrod Burguan.

According to Monica Garcia of the San Bernardino United School District, the shooting appeared to be as a result of a domestic violence dispute involving the teacher who was shot.

There is still no confirmed information in regards to the identity of the shooter.


[UPDATE] April 11, 2017 8:30AM EST

The shooter has been confirmed as 53 year old Cedric Anderson, who entered the school on a mission to kill his estranged Karen Elaine Smith.


"He simply said he was there to drop something off there with his wife," San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan told a news conference.

Jonathan Martinez, aged 8, also was fatally wounded by Anderson. Another student was wounded and is in stable condition.

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