Reports Of Shots Fired At YouTube Headquarters
Several YouTube employees reported that there was an active shooter at the media company’s office in San Bruno, California, on Tuesday afternoon.
Vadim Lavrusik, a product manager for YouTube Live, and Dan Afergan, a software engineer for the company, both tweeted that there was an active shooter on its campus.
Lavrusik said he heard shots and is barricaded inside of a room with his co-workers.
San Bruno city manager Connie Jackson confirmed with HuffPost that they have received reports of shots fired at the YouTube offices.
“We have multiple 911 reports of shots fired at 901 Cherry, which is the YouTube headquarters,” Jackson told HuffPost. “Police and fire are responding.”
The San Bruno Police Department asked people to stay away from the office due to police activity, while the San Bruno city manager confirmed with KRON 4, a local news station, that they have received multiple 911 calls from the YouTube offices.
Police activity at 901 Cherry Ave, please stay out of the area. pic.twitter.com/H6iAj0g7ra