A YouTube employee was interviewed after a shooting at the headquarters today. What he said was exactly the point pro-gun advocates want to get across to everyone. The best way to stop someone in a shooting is to shoot back.
“I didn’t have a gun on me but I wish I did”
Witness at San Bruno YouTube headquarters shooting.
— ᏢᏒᎥsᏟᎥᏞᏞᎪ’s ᏉᎥᎬᎳ (@passionchica) April 3, 2018
According to KTVU, there are multiple patients in an active shooter situation at YouTube headquarters in San Bruno on Tuesday afternoon.
The San Mateo County Sheriff is assisting San Bruno Police with the active shooter situation at the YouTube campus at 901 Cherry.
There are dozens of police officers at the scene. Sky Fox shows people walking out of the building being patted down by police. Multiple patients are being treated at SF General.
YouTube employees are reporting on Twitter hearing shots being fired. One YouTube employee, Vadim Lavrusik, reported being barricaded in a room with co-workers. He then tweeted he is now out of the building safe.
Another employee, Todd Sherman, Tweeted at one point saying he looked down and saw blood drips on the floor and stairs. He said he got out of the building safe and was in an Uber headed home. He Tweeted, “Police cruisers pull up, hopped out with rifles ready and I told them where the situation was as I headed down the street to meet up with a couple team members.”
The shooter took her life after shooting her boyfriend and wounding three others.