from the San Francisco Chronicle
Witness recounts UPS rampage in San Francisco: ‘He could have easily shot me’
Updated 7:13 pm, Thursday, June 15, 2017
A UPS worker’s deadly rampage in San Francisco began when he walked into a company building, stepped through a crowd of fellow delivery drivers and, without warning or a single word, shot one of them execution-style in the head with a pistol, a witness said Thursday.
After Jimmy Chanh Lam fatally shot Benson Louie, he continued firing as his shocked co-workers ran or dived for cover. Within minutes, Lam, 38, killed two more drivers and wounded another two on Wednesday morning before he turned the gun on himself as police descended on the company distribution center.
“It was a horrible, horrible scene, and I was front and center,” Leopold Parker, a 53-year-old senior driver with the United Parcel Service, said in a telephone interview. “It was not pretty.”
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