At 12:46 PM this afternoon San Bruno Police Department received numerous 911 calls regarding gunshots at the YouTube campus located on Cherry Avenue in our city.
San Bruno Police arrived on scene at 12:48 and immediately began a search for a possible shooter or suspect.
Upon arrival Officers encountered numerous employees fleeing from the building.
It was very chaotic as you can imagine.
We did encountered one victim with an apparent gunshot wound towards the front of the business as we arrived.
Several minutes later, while conducting a search of the premises, the officers located a second individual with a gunshot wound.
appears to may have been self-inflicted, we are still working on confirming that.
2 additional victims were located several minutes later in an adjacent business.
To the extent of all of the injuries of our victims are unknown right now, they were all transported for emergency medical care.
But they are all unknown.
So if I missed that we We're very grateful for everyone's help and assistance but we could not have responded and accomplish this without everybody's help.
This is an active event and an active investigation and numerous law enforcement personnel from numerous different local agencies are still conducting a search of the business just to make sure that That it is clear, we conducted a quick, immediate search of the premises.
When the first officers arrived pursuant to our active shooter protocol and after that search was concluded now we're going through methodical, slow search just to make sure we cover all the bases.
I want to clarify that we did locate a victim with what we believe to be a self-inflicted gun shot wound, it's a female.
But the investigation is still ongoing before we can put all the pieces together.
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