August 3, 2010 by Post Team
Hartford Distributors, (The Huffington Post) — MANCHESTER, Conn. – A warehouse driver was asked to quit her job at a beer distributor refused, and then opened fire yesterday morning, a company executive. Police said the gunman and several people were killed and others wounded, one seriously.
Authorities were searching the building to ensure that all explained before confirming the death toll, Lt. J. State Police Paul Vance said.
At least one person died at Hartford Hospital, said spokeswoman Michaela Donnelly said. Another victim was taken there in critical condition and one was in stable condition, he said.
About 50-70 people were in the store because it was a shift change, Hollander said Brett, director of marketing for Hartford Distributors. Adding to the chaos was a fire at the warehouse, about 10 miles east of Hartford, which has been subjected.
“We’re trying to figure out who shot that is not accounted for,” said Hollander.
The driver had worked at the dealer a couple of years and has been called to a disciplinary hearing, said John Hollis of the Teamsters in Connecticut, who was with company officials at the scene of the shooting.
Hollis did not say why the driver was being disciplined.
Hollander, whose family owns the dealership, said he knew the driver well.
Among the victims was a cousin of Hollander, a vice president of the company who was shot in the arm and face. Hollander said he thought his cousin would be nice. It was unclear whether the victims were taken to Hartford Hospital.
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