BREAKING VIDEO: At least 3 dead in UPS warehouse shooting in San Francisco

UPS shooting

A suspect is dead after he opened fire on co-workers at a UPS sorting warehouse in San Francisco. Three of the victims have died, CNN reports. The gunman shot himself as authorities moved in and died later.


The gunman, Jimmy Lam, filed the grievance in March complaining that he was working excessive overtime, Joseph Cilia, an official with a Teamsters Union local that represents UPS workers in San Francisco, told The Associated Press.

Still, Cilia said Lam wasn’t angry, and he could not understand why he would open fire on fellow drivers at a morning meeting. Cilia says witnesses told him Lam appeared to specifically go for the drivers who died, chasing at least one of them out of the building.


The gunman was reportedly a disgruntled employee, and opened fire this morning on the main sorting floor of the facility, San Francisco police report.

KTVU reports.

In a statement, UPS confirms the shooting involved company employees. A spokesman for the company added they are not releasing the identities of anyone involved at this time.

A spokesman for Zuckerberg San Francisco General hospital told the Associated Press that it has received multiple victims from the shooting but is unaware of their conditions.

Witnesses tell KTVU that they hear shots fired and people screaming.

Employees at the facility were being escorted out of the building around 9:45 a.m.

KTVU spoke over the phone with a woman who says she is an employee at the UPS facility. She says the shooting happened on the main sorting floor and that the gunman is a current employee.

Here is video from KTVU in San Francisco.

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