A dismissed employee of the brewery in Milwaukee shot five people and killed himself (VIDEO)

American who worked at the brewery Molson Coors in Milwaukee, shot and killed five colleagues. After that he took his own life Earlier media reported about the seven victims, it was also reported that the shooting occurred on the 26th of February, the police stormed the building ALL PHOTOS Americans who worked for brewery Molson Coors in Milwaukee, shot and killed five colleagues. After that he took his own life.
freeze video NBC News / YouTube Earlier media reported about the seven victims, it was also reported that the shooting occurred on the 26th of February, the police stormed the building
freeze video NBC News / YouTube Earlier media reported about the seven victims, it was also reported that the shooting occurred on the 26th of February, the police stormed the building
freeze video NBC News / YouTube Earlier media reported about the seven victims, also reported that shooting happened on 26 February, police stormed the building
freeze video NBC News / YouTube the culprit was a 51-year-old man, who was earlier dismissed from the factory, reports ABC News. But the CEO of Molson Coors Gavin Hattersley said that the shooter was “an active worker of the brewing factories.Yes”
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Americans who worked for brewery Molson Coors in Milwaukee, shot and killed five colleagues. After that he took his own life. This was reported by the Associated Press with reference to police. Earlier media reported about the seven victims, it was also reported that the shooting occurred on the 26th of February, the police stormed the building.

the culprit was a 51-year-old man, who was earlier dismissed from the factory, reports ABC News. But the CEO of Molson Coors Gavin Hattersley said that the shooter was “an active worker of the brewery”.

“This is the worst for employees. A very difficult day for the city”, – told reporters the mayor of Milwaukee Tom Barrett (quote via ABC News). The President of the United States Donald trump during a press conference in the White house offered condolences to the families of the victims. Their bodies were not identified.

As reported on a press-conferences the chief of police of Milwaukee, Alfonso Morales, the names of the shooter and his victims will be announced later. People injured by firearms in the brewing company and the survivors, no. Currently, the investigators are planning to interview employees of the company to make a final picture of what happened on site, with about twenty buildings.

Police respond to scene at an office building in Milwaukee, where at least eight people were shot.

The gunman, who law enforcement sources say based on preliminary information was an ex-employee fired earlier, is dead. https://t.co/6lUXTUARgx pic.twitter.com/etygSHIl0S

— ABC News (@ABC) February 26, 2020

“MolsonCoors is a large company, the number of employees of local enterprises of which exceeds one thousand people. We need to speak with several of them and find out who exactly lacks”, – pasnil the chief of police, quoted by NBC.

He assured that at the moment, “the danger has passed.” Mayor Tom Barrett called the incident a “social tragedy”, but declined to name the version of the motives of the shooter. Vice Governor of Wisconsin Mandela Barnes noted the senselessness of what happened. “I hate to say it, but it was the eleventh mass shooting in our state since 2004,” added Barnes.

the TV station WTMJ4-TV, citing sources reported that was suspended work nearest to the place of emergency buildings, including the plant of the American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson, as well as several primary schools. The company has sent employees an email in which he asked to find a safe place and stay there. One of the employees of Molson Coors hid together with his colleagues and wrote to the spouse of the message.

Molson Coors brewing Beverage Co., which is the parent company Miller Coors, at the end of October last year announced plans to close its headquarters in Denver (Colorado) and to transfer all employees to a company in Milwaukee. The company currently employs about 17.7 thousand people.