Multiple People Injured Following the YouTube Headquarters Shooting: Suspect's Death

Updated On 03 Apr, 2018 Published On

Following the incident that a shooter opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California, on Tuesday, April 3, multiple people have been injured and the suspect has died, Reuters has reported.

According to the San Mateo Police Chief Ed Barberini, the shooter killed herself after wounding three people with the handgun.

Some local media and an affiliate of ABC has identified the woman as Nasim Aghdam, with citing some unknown sources. San Bruno police officials have not immediately reached for comment on the identification of the attacker.

According to the authorities, the woman came to an outdoor patio and dining courtyard on the campus at lunchtime and started firing before she entered the building.

San Francisco’s Zuckerberg General Hospital is currently treating three victims who are in various conditions, ranging from fair to critical. Stanford Medical Center, meanwhile, says they are expecting four to five patients.

San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office's spokeswoman said that authorities were informed about the shooting at 12:45 p.m. local time.

YouTube employees have also provided updates from inside the building via Twitter.

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U.S. President Donald Trump also took to Twitter to expressed his support following the attack.

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