At least one dead, multiple injured in shooting at SF UPS Center

At least one dead, multiple injured in shooting at SF UPS Center

At least one dead, multiple injured in shooting at SF UPS Center

Two other UPS employees were wounded in the shooting that prompted a widespread police response in an industrial neighborhood, Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin said.

The residence at 335 4th listed under Jimmy Lam, the UPS employee who is alleged to have fatally shot three of his co-workers, but police would not confirm that Lam lived at the residence.

"The officers did what they were trained to do and that is when we have an active shooter we engage the active shooter to stop the shooting, and the officers did that", Chaplin said.

Gaut said the facility in question is "an area package sorting hub and package delivery center" at which 850 people are employed.

The shooter and the victims were all drivers, said Steve Gaut, head of investor relations at UPS.

The suspect and victims were taken to San Francisco General Hospital.

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It was not immediately clear how many employees were at the building, but UPS said the warehouse employed 350 people. A San Francisco Police Department official identified Lam, 38, and said he's from San Francisco but had no immediate details on his background.

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The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said on Twitter that they were responding to the shooting incident and providing report to San Francisco police.

May Vang, who works across the street from the facility, said that by 10 a.m. police and UPS workers were standing around outside. Police were searching for two men after that shooting, he said.

UPS driver Marvin Calderon told NBC Bay Area was there when the shooting happened and ran for his life.

She said they ducked as they boarded and told the driver to "go, go, go".

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"The company is saddened and deeply concerned about affected employees, family members and the community we share", the statement said. The deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history occurred in June 2016 when a gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State militant group killed 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.Gun laws in the United States rank among the most permissive of any developed country, with the right to "keep and bear arms" enshrined in the Constitution's Second Amendment. The gunman didn't say much, just walked in and started firing, according to sources.

- San Francisco Police (@SFPD) June 14, 2017#SFPD is conducting a building search.

San Francisco city officials said a family assistance center was opened at 100 Kansas Street for relatives seeking help related to the incident.

Auto shop owner Robert Kim told KPIX he heard five to eight rapid gunshots, then saw "a mob of UPS drivers" running down the street screaming "Shooter, shooter!"

Police are now conducting a search of the building, they said.

Police are advising people to avoid the area.

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