Jarrod Burguan

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A year ago today, a terrorist attack at San Bernardino’s Inland Regional Center left 14 people dead and 22 wounded. This year has been difficult for the city of about 216,000 people.

Life in San Bernardino, one year after the terrorist attack

A year ago today, a terrorist attack at San Bernardino’s Inland Regional Center left 14 people dead and 22 wounded. This year has been difficult for the city of about 216,000 people.

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