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Families Sue UPS Over Fatal Shooting Rampage

09/14/2017 | Courthouse News
Lax security at a United Parcel Service sorting facility in San Francisco enabled a shooting that left three men dead and two wounded; others were injured fleeing the violence and dozens must deal with the psychological aftermath, according to nine lawsuits filed Tuesday against UPS.

UPS driver Jimmy Lam, 38, was carrying two stolen guns and ammunition when he went to work on the morning of June 14. He set off the metal detector at the entrance, but according to attorney J. Kevin Morrison, the alarm was disregarded and he was allowed in.
Lam shot to death two fellow drivers, Benson Louie, 50, and Wayne Chan, 56.

“That's when all hell broke loose,” Morrison said.