San Bernadino Shooting

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The San Bernadino shooting occurred on December 2, 2015, one man and one woman open fired on a conference room in San Bernadino, California. The perpetrators, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, entered the conference building at approximately 11:00 a.m, the group went on an unexpected break due to a technical issue. The attackers entered with semi-automatic pistols and rifles and killed two people outside the building. First responders rushed to the scene and called for backup when three officers entered the buildings with only pistols and bullet proof vests. The San Bernadino police department received calls around the area for a potential shooting. These officers have never ┬áresponded to a call of this seriousness, and rushed to the scene, confused and unsure of the situation. When entering the building, first responding officers had to trek through the victims body’s, covered in blood and heavily injured. Police officers were unable to find the shooters at first, but witnesses got the color of the car and the license plate. The license plate went back to the Enterprise car company. Police searched Enterprise records to search for when they bought they picked up the car and where they are now. Back at the conference room, SWAT team officers found explosive devices placed by the shooters, rigged to explode all of the officers inside the building along with the innocent and the wounded. The police de-activated the bomb and continued the search for the shooters once again. Officers believed that both of the shooters were part of Isis, becoming a home-grown terrorist, meaning they started to believe in Isis from just learning about them from their own home. Enterprise car company gave over the license numbers to the police and specialists started to track their location and where their going. During this process, a witness said that a black SUV with the same plate numbers go right past his house, three hours after the shooting occurred. Undercover cops took to the scene around the scene and found the car. Multiple undercover cops started to follow the car, when the shooters pulled over and open fired on the cop cars. The cars pulled over and took cover behind their cars and returned fire to the terrorists. Farook, ended up dying first out of the two terrorists, leaving Malik firing through the roof of the black SUV. Malik, taking multiple shots to the arms and the shoulder, continued to fire for over fifteen minutes, when she was shot in the head by local police officers. A special forklift removed the car from out of the middle of the road to make sure there was not any activated bombs still in the car. After the shooters were dead, the police paid more attention the the wounded and the critically wounded. Post shooting, 14 people died and 22 others were critical injured under the care of health officials. Overall, the mass shooting was one of the worst shootings ever. Since this, police officials are being very cautious about who they let rent a car or enter a conference room. These efforts by Isis has forced America to go to war with Isis, with many bombings trying to end the terrorist age. But for now, we remember those who died in this event and honor the police officials who first responded to the situation.

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