BREAKING! Active Shooter at YouTube HeadQuarters

***UPDATE:  The shooting at YouTube headquarters where three people were wounded, a is being investigated as a domestic dispute according to two law enforcement officials. The shooter killed herself after opening fire with a handgun in a courtyard. A spokesman for San Francisco General Hospital reported that a 36-year-old man was in critical condition, a 32-year-old woman was in serious condition, and a 27-year-old woman was in fair condition.***

According to Fox News, police are responding to an active shooting situation at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California.

On Wednesday, police are on the scene at the building where employees have reported shots fired.

Hospital officials told KTVU that they received multiple patients. According to KGO-TV, the shooter was believed to be a white woman wearing a headscarf and a dark top, but police did yet to confirm the report.

According to CNBC, multiple law enforcement sources reported that the female shooter is deceased at the scene and that the number of victims is unknown at this time.

On Twitter, San Bruno Police stated that they were responding to an active shooter because previously there was a tweet saying that there was police activity at 901 Cherry Ave., where the company’s property is located. It was advised to the public to “stay out of the area.”

The San Bruno Police Department expressed to Fox News that officers were responding to the scene and had received at least 50 calls reporting of gunshots.

A Product Manager at YouTube Todd Sherman tweeted that he was in a meeting at the building when they heard people running. He stated that he and others made their way to the exit and at one point when he “looked down” and “saw blood drips on the floor and stairs.” He confirmed that authorities were on the scene and that he was now on his way home.

Google Communications tweeted that they were “coordinating with authorities and will provide official information here from Google and YouTube as it becomes available.”

The FBI stated that they are “tracking” the situation but said agents have not yet responded to the location. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) tweeted that their San Francisco field office was also responding to the scene.

A spokesperson from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital confirmed that it received patients with gunshot wounds from the incident but could not give a number because it was “still receiving patients.”

Stanford Health Care told CNBC that it was expecting four to five patients, with no report on their condition. UCSF Hospital said it has three patients: one person in fair condition, one person in serious condition, and one patient in critical condition.


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