Shooting erupts at San Francisco UPS facility; police urge neighbors to shelter in place – Los Angeles Times

A shooting at United Parcel Service facility in San Francisco killed “multiple” people Wednesday morning, according to a company spokesman.

Four employees were involved in the shooting, including the gunman, according to Steven Gaut, a UPS spokesman. Gaut said the shooter was a driver.

The shooting occurred around 9 a.m. and prompted the San Francisco Police Department to issue a “shelter in place” alert to the neighborhood. The UPS facility is located on the border of the Mission District and Potrero Hill neighborhoods.

Police declared the building “secure” and that the incident was “contained” just after 10:30 a.m. in a tweet. Officers continued to search the building for additional victims and witnesses.


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