This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Brian Ross) The investigation of this case of terrorism featured; scenes shown from their home where bombs & ammunition were found & the bullet-riddled car; details given about Farook's background & the mystery about his wife. [Police Chief Jarrod BURGUAN@- says they could have done another attack & it was planned.] The FBI investigation into whether Farook was radicalized discussed.
(San Bernardino: David Muir) A woman's cell phone video from inside the building where the shooting took place shon.
(San Bernardino: Matt Gutman) The four minutes of shooting inside the conference room reviewed; scenes shown with police audio played, the house, the SUV with gunfire heard. [Police OFFICIAL - comments on the shooting, pipe bombs & the shooting on the street.]
(San Bernardino: David Muir) An ABC interview held with Farook's co-worker Patrick Baccari, who attended the event & survived. [BACCARI - recounts what happened with the shooting starting when he was in the restroom, leaving with the police, seeing the wounded, talking to a survivor he helped.]
(Loma Linda Medical Center: Kayna Whitworth) The emerging stories of those who were killed in the Inland Regional Center presented; photos of four victims shown. [Partner killed, Ryan REYES@; sister injured, Kathy HOTETZ@- comment.]
(San Bernardino: David Muir; Washington: Pierre Thomas) A statement from President Obama quoted. Indications that the pair of shooters were not on the terrorism watch list discussed; statistics cited.
(San Bernardino: David Muir) The reactions from presidential candidates, including Senator Ted Cruz, introduced.
(Washington: Tom Llamas) The reactions of Donald Trump & others featured. [TRUMP - says a lot of bad things are going on: terrorism.] [CRUZ - calls it radical Islamic terrorism.] [In New Hampshire, Hillary CLINTON - explains why it was an act of terrorism.]
(San Bernardino: David Muir) A map of the 355 mass shootings across the country in 2015 shown.
(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A strategy for surviving a mass shooting like that yesterday in San Bernardino, California, presented; options outlined on screen. [Workplace safety expert John BRUNER - explains what to do when a shooting starts.]