Female former postal worker kills six, then commits suicide | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

In Goleta, CA, authorities are still deciphering the details in another tragic case where an ex-employee expresses dissatisfaction and anger in the form of violence. This time, the setting was a 24-hour postal sorting facility, and the former employee was a woman. More than 50 people were working inside the facility at the time of […]


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In Goleta, CA, authorities are still deciphering the details in another tragic case where an ex-employee expresses dissatisfaction and anger in the form of violence. This time, the setting was a 24-hour postal sorting facility, and the former employee was a woman. More than 50 people were working inside the facility at the time of […]
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Female former postal worker kills six, then commits suicide

Female former postal worker kills six, then commits suicide | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

In Goleta, CA, authorities are still deciphering the details in another tragic case where an ex-employee expresses dissatisfaction and anger in the form of violence. This time, the setting was a 24-hour postal sorting facility, and the former employee was a woman. More than 50 people were working inside the facility at the time of the shooting.

More coverage to follow on this late breaking story.

For TFM‘s past coverage of this topic, see “Is It Safe?” in the archives.

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