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San Bernardino Shooting Kills One and Injures Two Others

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SAN BERNARDINO – One man is dead and two women were injured after being shot while standing in the driveway of a San Bernardino home officials said.

The incident was first reported at around 8:12 p.m. when officers were flagged down by a man reporting an altercation on G Street just north of 9th Street. Soon after dispatchers received a report that three people were down with gunshot wounds.

When officers arrived in the 900 block of N. G Street they found the three victims, two unconscious and one conscious per scanner traffic. The suspects were described as 3-4 black men who fled northbound on G Street in a white Lexus with front driver’s side damage. Witnesses also reported that a black sedan that may also have been involved.

G Street was blocked from 9th Street to West Temple Street to allow emergency personnel transport the injured victims and for police to conduct the investigation. The two injured victims were transported to a local trauma center for treatment of their injuries. All victims were described as being 40-50 years old.

This is the 46th homicide for the City of San Bernardino in 2016. It is unclear what led up to the shooting, information will be updated as it becomes available.

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