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.