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Community of San Bernardino impacted personally by massacre




Gayle Perez, who lives on Center Street, waits near Center Street at Pine Avenue on Wednesday night, Dec. 2, 2015 as authorities serve a search warrant following a mass shooting inside the the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015.
Gayle Perez, who lives on Center Street, waits near Center Street at Pine Avenue on Wednesday night, Dec. 2, 2015 as authorities serve a search warrant following a mass shooting inside the the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015.
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Much still remains unknown about yesterday’s mass shooting in San Bernardino, but this morning the community is beginning the healing process and searching for more information about the circumstances surrounding the tragedy.

In the tightly-knit community about an hour east of Los Angeles, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who is only a few degrees separated from victims of the shooting.

As part of our continuing coverage of the tragedy, AirTalk speaks with affected members of the community on how they are mentally, emotionally, and physically processing what happened.

Guests:

Chris Wong, a friend of a victim injured in the San Bernardino shooting

Larry Humphreys, executive director of Behavioral Autism Therapies

Rose Fuentes, Program Director, Interact Neurobehavior Program - which has worked with IRC for thirty years. Her husband Jose Fuentes, Clinical Neuropsychologist