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UPS workers gather outside after a reported shooting at a UPS warehouse and customer service center in San Francisco on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. San Francisco police confirmed a shooting at the facility in the Potrero Hill neighborhood but didn’t release information on injuries or the shooter. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

4 people including the gunman are dead after a shooting at a UPS center in San Francisco


UPDATE 3:00 p.m. EST:  According to the Associated Press, three people were killed, as well as the gunman, in a Wednesday morning shooting at a UPS warehouse in San Francisco.

Authorities told AP the shooter was armed with an assault pistol when police found him. The gunman died from self-inflicted wounds.

UPDATE 2:05 p.m. EST:  The Associated Press has confirmed that the suspected gunman in a shooting at a San Francisco UPS facility Wednesday was a UPS employee.

The shooting injured at least four people, including the shooter. A UPS spokesperson told AP the employee opened fire at the package delivery facility before drivers went out on their daily routes. 

SFPD tweeted it had secured the location.

SFPD said Special Ops teams were searching the building.

UPDATE 1:08 p.m. EST:   ABC7 News reports a source has said the single shooter entered the building during a morning meeting and might be a disgruntled employee.  ABC7 News is also reporting that one of those shot is the suspected gunman.

It appears police have entered the UPS facility and have it under control.


Multiple people have been injured in a shooting near a UPS facility in San Francisco on Wednesday morning, according to media reports. The San Francisco Police Department say this is still ongoing. Police are asking people to stay away from the area and advising them to shelter in place. Sources told ABC7 News (KGO) that three people were transported to a hospital. 

The Bay Area shooting came just hours after a gunman opened fire on a group of congressmen in Virginia, injuring a representative from Louisiana.

The SFPD is asking people to avoid the area.

Witnesses took photos of workers who waited on the roof for police to rescue them.

Robert Kim, owner of the Action Auto Care, located a block from the UPS facility, told the San Francisco Examiner that he heard six to eight gunshots at around 9 a.m. PT. "They were shooting really fast, and then next thing I know a mob of UPS drivers are running down 16th Street going east," Kim said.

According to the San Francisco Examiner, two unnamed UPS employees told the paper they saw the shooter in the building.

There is a growing police presence at the UPS facility.

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