According to San Bruno police chief, four victims were transported to hospitals with gun shot related wounds. The subject, female, believed to be the shooter is deceased with a self inflicted gun shot wound.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and police responded to an active shooter situation this afternoon. The shooting began in a Carls Junior near the YouTube facility around 1pm this afternoon. The scene won’t be cleared until all YouTube employees have exited.
One eyewitness said that the incident occurred at a party in the Carls Junior. According to him, the shooting lasted about a minute and a half, and injured possibly 3 victims. One victim was shot multiple times with “no mercy” according to the eyewitness.
Another eyewitness said he was at the Carls Junior getting a milkshake when he heard the commotion and saw “a lady shot in the foot.” He says that police came in from every direction. He saw the woman enter the restaurant before she was shot in the foot. Shortly thereafter people crowded the victim as she was taken in by paramedics. He has shared footage with the news agencies that should be released shortly.
An overwhelming number of calls flooded the 911 line regarding the incident. The Spokesperson of San Francisco General Hospital has reported that they are admitting about 4-5 patients who were injured. Reporters say about 11 victims are being admitted between Stanford Health and San Francisco General Hospital.
Active shooter at YouTube HQ. Heard shots and saw people running while at my desk. Now barricaded inside a room with coworkers.
— Vadim Lavrusik (@Lavrusik) April 3, 2018
There is definitely some kind of police action / possible shooting at youtube in San Bruno. my brother just and others went running out of the building when hearing firecracker like sounds. 5 police cars came rushing to the scene…
— Mr Raised Brow (@MrRaisedBrow) April 3, 2018
Now at @YouTube possible #shooting pic.twitter.com/1nUJXyIDMp
— Nas (@Nasreen_and_I) April 3, 2018
Police activity at 901 Cherry Ave, please stay out of the area. pic.twitter.com/H6iAj0g7ra
— San Bruno Police (@SanBrunoPolice) April 3, 2018