Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik were killed in a police standoff Wednesday afternoon after they escaped the scene of the crime in a dark-colored SUV.
It is still unclear if the pair had another accomplice — though a third person was detained following the shooting and is currently being held.
According to one of the shooter's coworkers who survived the attack, Syed had worked with the department for five years before traveling to Saudi Arabia in 2015 and returning with a wife — it's being said that the 28-year-old newlywed left the party angry over some sort of disagreement.
To make this already terrible story worse, the husband and wife had a 6-month-old daughter who they left with Syed's grandmother just before the shooting.
In fact, the grandparents were worried about Syed and Tashfeen's survival initially and had no idea they were even considered suspects until media and police alerted them to the possibility three hours after the attacks.
Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the killings — and with the innocent child left behind.
The pitcher and two other unidentified people were pronounced dead early Sunday after a Coast Guard patrol found a 33-foot boat overturned on a jetty about 3:30 a.m. local Miami time, according to Coast Guard Chief Nyxolyno Cangemi.
The accident is currently being investigated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
The Marlins, who were set to play the Atlanta Braves today, have canceled their game in light of the tragedy surrounding Fernandez (pictured above, left, laughing with an umpire during a game last week).
The team did release a statement on the matter, though (below):