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Wednesday, June 14, 2017. (KGO-TV)
San Francisco: Multiple people have been shot and injured at UPS facility in San Francisco, police said.
The facility is in the area of 17th Street and San Bruno Avenue in San Francisco, local media reported.
Local police are asking people to avoid the area. Witnesses told a California TV station KTVU that they heard shots fired and people screaming.
At least three people were shot at the facility and multiple victims have been transported to SF Genera Hospital, sources told ABC7 News.
A source said the suspect is a single shooter who went into the building during a morning meeting and the suspect may be a disgruntled employee. The source says that one of the people who was shot is the suspected shooter.
A witness who was inside the building says she believes it was one driver shooting toward other drivers while a morning meeting was happening.
Employees at the facility were being escorted out of the building around 9:45 am.
The TV channel spoke over the phone with a woman who says she is an employee at the UPS facility. She said the shooting happened on the main sorting floor and that the gunman is a current employee.