SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KABC) -- Authorities said a woman pointed a gun at officers and was shot in an officer-involved shooting in San Bernardino Monday afternoon.
San Bernardino police said shortly after 2 p.m. the department received a 911 call reporting an armed woman was attempting to get into a home near 6th Street and Garner Avenue.
The caller then hung up before providing information on their location. Officers headed to the neighborhood where the call originated from and began canvassing the area.
During the search, authorities saw a woman running from the home with a gun in her hand.
"There were four officers, uniformed officers, gave her several opportunities to drop the gun, gave her advisement that they were the police drop the gun...she does not and she advances on the officers with the gun pointed and an officer-involved shooting took place," SBPD Lt. Rich Lawhead said.
The woman was taken to a nearby hospital in an unknown condition after suffering multiple gunshot wounds. She was expected to make a full recovery.
As for the motive to what drew the woman to the neighborhood, authorities said there was a relative that lived in the home, but it is not clear what led to the incident.
Woman shot in officer-involved shooting in San Bernardino