911 calls on workplace shootings
The Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center released a transcript of the 911 calls made on Sept. 27 when Andy Engeldinger opened fire, resulting in the death of seven people, including himself. Updated Oct. 16, 2012
Andrew Engeldinger, who had just lost his job at a small business in Minneapolis' Bryn Mawr neighborhood, opened fire, killing the company's founder and five others.
Carolyn and Charles Engeldinger
Andrew Engeldinger's parents saw signs of schizophrenia and they reached out time and again to try to get him help.
Eric Rivers, who has died after the Accent Signag...
Gregers M. Nelson, senior shift supervisor at the Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center in City Hall, talked by phone to emergency personnel.
Minneapolis message to return after Accent Signage callers didn't get operators.
This July 2012 photo shows Andrew Engeldinger working at Accent Signag...
A family members of Ron Edberg consoled his son Dusty, center, in front of an informal memorial made for the victims in front of Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis on Saturday Sept. 29, 2012. Ron Edberg was one of the employees that lost his life Thursday at the hands of Andrew Engeldinger.
Managers tried to wrest gun from Andrew Engeldinger, who pulled it after he was fired.
Pallbearers carried the casket of Reuven Rahamim, who died in a workpl...
Slain businessman Reuven Rahamim was remembered Sunday as someone who "had everyone's back."
John Gillis, 66, of Hastings, worked at Insty-Bit, a business that lea...
Lori Nix, sister of Ron Edberg, hugged another family member near th...
A gunman shot several people at the Accent Singage Systems building in Minneapolis Thursday and then shot himself. Workplace shootings have occurred across the United States, often by laid-off employees.
Shereen, Sami, Reuven Rahamim
Dorothy Rice, left, who lives a few houses from the homicide scene, wa...
Gunman's co-workers at Minneapolis company hid in terror as he killed five people.
Shereen Rahamim was consoled Thursday after a workplace shooting left several people dead, including her husband Reuven Rahamim, the company's founder.
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