San Bernardino Shooting: Amy Schumer Leads Hollywood Stars Reacting With Shock, Disbelief

On Wednesday, at least three suspects opened fire at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, killing 14 people

Last Updated: December 2, 2015 @ 7:22 PM

In light of the shooting in San Bernardino that has left at least 14 dead and upward of 14 injured, various actors, TV personalities and musicians took to Twitter to express their shock and disbelief.

On Wednesday, at least three suspects opened fire at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California. Authorities described the suspects as people who “came prepared,” and used long guns, not handguns.

Amy Schumer, who has been vocal about her beliefs about gun violence before, took to Twitter to write, “This is absolutely heartbreaking-all my love to everyone in San Bernardino especially the first responders. These shootings must stop.”

Actor Josh Groban can’t believe that this tragedy happened so shortly after the deadly terrorist attacks in France: “From elation to sorrow. Stepped off stage in Paris to the news of San Bernadino. Just shaking my head. Sick of this. Love to SB.”

See the tweets below.