In the hours following the San Bernardino mass shooting that killed at least 14, a hashtag chronicling the developing story began trending on Twitter. The only problem? It was misspelled.
What should have been a hashtag of #SanBernardino became #SanBernadino.
The incorrect hashtag has now been used more than 333,000 times, according to Twitter.
The misspelling offended some who said it showed a lack of respect for the city. San Bernardino is the poorest city of its size in California and in its fourth year of bankruptcy. The Times recently wrote a series about the troubled city.
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