Police: one hurt, gunman dead, in Mass. workplace shooting

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 6:24 PM

A police spokesman says a man who'd been fired a couple of months ago shot from exterior at his former employer'south Cambridge building at about 7:45 a.

Police: one hurt, gunman dead, in Mass. workplace shooting

A man shot and injured a former co-worker at a MA business before killing himself in what police are calling an act of workplace violence.

A police spokesman says a man who'd been fired a couple of months ago shot from exterior at his former employer'south Cambridge building at about 7:45 a. m. Thursday, striking one employee.

That employee was taken to the hospital with injuries not considered life threatening.

Police spokesman Jeremy Warnick says the gunman then killed himself.

Number names were released, but Warnick confirmed that both were male.

Warnick didn't declare what kind of business it was, but according to broadcast reports, the incident took space at a health insurance company.

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