San Bernardino

Murderer Still on the Loose After Friday Night San Bernardino Hookah Bar Attack on Graduation Partiers

One person is dead and at least nine injured following an attack in San Bernardino, California. Reports indicate teens were gathered for a graduation party when bullets were fired from a passing vehicle. The murderers are still at-large.

According to ABC7:

One person was killed and eight others were wounded in a shooting late Friday night involving a large crowd that had gathered for a party in San Bernardino, authorities said.

The gunfire began just before midnight outside THA Blue Flame, a hookah bar near the intersection of Palm and Highland avenues.

The shooting then continued across the street, a witness told ABC7. The witness, who asked not to be identified by name, said she was at a nearby gas station when she saw teenagers who appeared to be gathered for a graduation party. She said at one point a car pulled into the gas station and a person opened fire from inside the vehicle, shooting two girls.

One person was pronounced dead at the scene. Family members later said their 21-year-old grandson was killed. The deceased victim’s name was not immediately confirmed.

We will update this story when more details come to light.