A person who had just been fired from a Northern California Ford dealership shot and killed two workers after which killed himself Tuesday night, police and witnesses mentioned.
Police referred to as to the Ford Store Morgan Hill discovered a person shot dead of an apparently self-inflicted wound on the bottom outdoors some service areas.
“In his hand was a weapon, presumably a handgun,” police Sgt. Bill Norman stated at a news convention in Morgan Hill, southeast of San Jose in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Staff directed officers inside a building the place they discovered two other males who had been shot and killed on the scene.
Police didn’t instantly determine the shooter or the victims.
Doug MacGlashan, who works in the parts division, informed KRON-TV that the killer was a former worker.
The service and parts director “had simply fired a parts rep that he had mentioned he was going to fire earlier within the day. And I suppose the parts rep went outside, bought a gun, went into the service and components director’s workplace and shot him,” MacGlashan mentioned.
The person also killed the parts supervisor, he mentioned.
Video and photographs confirmed police cars from a number of agencies swarming the dealership and workers embracing as they left the property.