Three deaths in a shootout at UPS in San Francisco, the shooter died

shootout at UPS in San Francisco

FAQ Buddy – A shooting in a warehouse of the UPS courier company in San Francisco caused three deaths Wednesday and the shooter, who returned his gun against him, also died, police said.

Two other people were injured, said Tony Chaplin, interim chief of police in San Francisco, at a press conference, noting that the incident did not appear to be terrorist in nature.

The shooter was wearing a UPS uniform, noted Mr. Chaplin, adding that the investigators had not determined at this point whether he was an employee of the company.

The security forces have now “control of the building” where 850 people work, and investigate the facts, had previously indicated a spokesman of UPS to AFP.

The shooting took place a few hours after an American opened fire against some 20 Republican politicians and their collaborators who were training for a charity baseball game, wounding the number three in the House of Representatives and four others. The shooter was shot by the police.

An operation is now underway. The California police has confirmed the shooting but has not yet communicated. She recommends avoiding the neighborhood.
“San Francisco police have contained the incident and the building is secure. Special forces continue to search the building to find additional casualties or casualties,” the authorities said on Twitter.