LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A San Fernando Valley man was one of the 14 people killed when a couple opened fire at a San Bernardino treatment center for people with developmental disabilities, according to reports.

Michael Wetzel, 37, who worked as an environmental specialist, was in a meeting at the center when the gunfire broke out on the morning of Dec. 2 at the Inland Regional Center, it was reported Thursday.

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A crowdfunding page was also set up to support the Wetzel family, with more than $51,000 raised as of midday Thursday.

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A second victim, 52-year-old Nicholas Thalasinos, of Colton, was also identified on Facebook as a victim by his wife Jennifer, according to reports.

The Los Angeles Times identified other victims as Daniel Kaufman, 42, who ran a coffee shop at the Inland Regional Center, and Daniel Means, a health department employee.

Rialto resident Benneta Betbadal was also identified, according to a GoFundMe page.

Two patients remained listed in critical condition and three others remain listed in fair condition at Loma Linda University Medical Center.

Authorities said Thursday 21 people were wounded in the attack, while the death toll stands at 14.

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