Employees return to work at UPS warehouse in San Francisco

Bruno Cirelli
Giugno 26, 2017

A motive for the shooting has not yet been determined. Chaplin said that Lam had "an assault pistol" in his possession.

Two other victims are being treated for injuries at San Francisco General Hospital.

After responding to the location, police located the suspected gunman inside the building. Police are now conducting a search of the building, they said.

Lefiti's cousin, Mack Toia, told KGO-TV (http://abc7ne.ws/2sch61d) he was at the UPS facility waiting to pick up Lefiti when shots rang out. "He kept to himself", said a retired UPS worker that didn't want to be identified. The Special Ops continues to search the building for additional victims & witnesses.

Following the shooting, SFPD were going through the building, making sure there aren't any other accomplices but they say the building is secure.

UPS driver Marvin Calderon told KNTV that he recognised the gunman as a fellow employee but did not know him personally.

"They were banging on the bus and they were screaming, 'Go! Go!" They told her to run because there had been a shooting, she told CNN, explaining she ran about a block with the workers. And the driver did. "He called her soon after the shooting to say, "'I'm OK, '" she said. She described the scene as chaotic. He then fatally shot himself when police approached. We all know the familiar faces of our local UPS drivers and delivery persons. 'So I only got pieces.

He said he ran away as fast as he could.

KPIX reported that "several people were killed" Wednesday, including the gunman, during the incident.

"The suspect put the gun to his head and immediately discharged the weapon", he said.

Three people were killed as well as the shooter.

The San Francisco attack comes nine days after another workplace shooting left five people dead in Orlando, where a former employee armed with a semiautomatic handgun and a hunting knife opened fire at a factory. Cilia said he spoke to witnesses who had been in the meeting of UPS drivers.

Assistant chief of police Toney Chaplin speaking at the press conference.

Tech worker Raymond Deng, 30, who lives opposite the warehouse, said he heard up to eight gunshots.

Police arrived in minutes. She said she ducked in the vehicle while her husband drove off quickly. He reopened after he saw police had blocked off an area around the UPS building, which is about a block from his shop.

According to UPS spokesman Steve Gaut, about 350 employees work at the facility, which operates as a package sorting hub and delivery center.

Police officers gather outside a United Parcel Service (UPS) facility after a shooting incident was reported in San Francisco, California, the United States, June 14, 2017. He said he could not say how many patients were taken to the hospital or give their conditions.

At 9:06 a.m., police issued an advisory telling people to avoid the area and find shelter.

The shooting led to a massive police response near the city's downtown area.

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