Esto dijeron los candidatos presidenciales del tiroteo en California

Mientras que Hillary Clinton escribió que se rehúsa a aceptar estos incidentes como algo normal, Donald Trump tuiteó que es en este tipo de momentos en los que se aprecia el trabajo de la policía

Esto dijeron los candidatos presidenciales del tiroteo en California
Paramédicos y bomberos atienden a heridos en tiroteo de San Bernardino.
Foto: Captura / Twitter

El Sheriff del condado de San Bernardino confirmó por medio de su página de Twitter que buscan a tres posibles sospechosos, quienes son los responsables del incidente que ocurrió en el Centro Regional Inland, ubicado en 1365 S. Waterman Avenueun centro donde se proveen servicios a niños y personas con discapacidades.

Esto han dicho sobre el incidente los aspirantes a la Casa Blanca:

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Reacciones de otros politicos

Norma J. Torres, representante demócrata de California, emitió el siguiente comunicado:

“As this situation continues to unfold, my heart goes out to the victims and their families. These kinds of tragedies are always heartbreaking, but today, it has hit frighteningly close to home. Not only is this facility located within my previous state Senate district, but constituents of the 35th congressional district receive services here as do countless others throughout the region. I commend our law enforcement and emergency personnel for their swift, coordinated response to this incident and their efforts to secure the area. I’m sure we will soon learn more about the perpetrator or perpetrators and their motives, but at this point in time I only pray for those affected and assure them that the Inland Empire community has them in our thoughts.”

Pete Aguilar, otro representante de California, también se pronunció sobre la tragedia:

“My prayers are with the victims, families and survivors of this horrific attack. I’m on my way back to the district and am in touch with our local law enforcement to closely monitor the situation as it develops. My heart aches that the out-of-control gun violence epidemic has come to our community.”