Kali9/iStock(MILWAUKEE) — An ex-employee killed “multiple” people when they opened fired at the MillerCoors building in Milwaukee, law enforcement officials told ABC News.The employee had been fired earlier Wednesday and returned to the site with a gun, officials said, citing preliminary information.At least eight people were shot in the attack, officials said. Their conditions are not yet known.Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett told reporters that multiple people have died.The gunman is among the dead, according to law enforcement, and there is no active threat.“There is an active situation at our Milwaukee facility and we are working closely with the Milwaukee Police Department,” Molson Coors Beverage Company, the parent company of MillerCoors, said in a statement. “Our top priority is our employees and we’ll provide updates in conjunction with the police as we are able.”Police in Milwaukee said they responded to an active shooting situation Wednesday afternoon.The incident unfolded in the area near the area of the 4000 block of West State Street, police said.The FBI and ATF have responded to the scene to assist with local law enforcement. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
For more on the coronavirus, click here. ” We’re doing our best to keep our employees and customers safe and healthy in these uncertain times.” (WBNG)- Wegmans recently announced that they have provided gloves for employees. Wegmans said that even though they aren’t making it mandatory for employees to wear gloves, they will provide them for anyone who wants them. Although they haven’t put any measures on checking temperatures when employees clock in, Percassi also said that they are also encouraging for employees to stay home if they aren’t feeling well, so that they can ensure that their employees and customers stay safe and healthy. “We strongly encourage any employee who is not feeling well to stay home from work. We’re following the guidance of the CDC, which recommends that people who are well not wear a facemask. We don’t have a corporate policy regarding the use of gloves. As we adhere to strict food safety guidelines, gloves are always available for employees throughout our store. ” In a press release sent out Wegmans Director of Public Relations Deana Percassi said,
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highlights Quetta Gladiators won the maiden edition of the Pakistan Super League.The Christchurch mosques shooting killed 50 people.The PSL matches were shifted from Lahore to Karachi due to the IAF surgical strike in Balakot. The Pakistan Super League was once again held in two stages, with the first part being held in the UAE while the second part was held in Pakistan. The games were shifted to Karachi from Lahore after the city’s air-space was closed indefinitely due to the ongoing tensions with India over the surgical strike carried out in Balakot by the Indian Air Force (IAF) in response to the Pulwama terror attack which killed 40 CRPF jawans.The third and final Test match between New Zealand and Bangladesh at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch, which was scheduled to be played on March 16, was cancelled after multiple shootings in mosques in the city. The official Twitter handle of the New Zealand cricket team, @BLACKCAPS, tweeted that a joint decision was made.The Bangladesh cricket team, who were touring New Zealand, had a narrow escape. A video tweeted by Bangladesh’s ESPNCricinfo correspondent Mohammad Isam showed the Bangladesh cricketers Tamim Iqbal and Taijul Islam running back from Hagley Park back to the cricket ground. The incident took place around 1.45pm local time when the team had gone to pray when the incident took place. New Delhi: The 2019 Pakistan Super League ended at the National stadium in Karachi with plenty of fanfare. Quetta Gladiators thrashed the Peshawar Zalmi to win their maiden title. Following the end of the match, the Pakistan Super League decided to organise a music-filled closing ceremony despite the recent terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand and this led to massive criticism. The attacks killed 50 people in what was described as the ‘worst terror attack’ on New Zealand soil. Reacting to the criticism, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said the moment was actually ‘toned down’. Speaking about the incident, PCB chief Ehsan Mani defended the decision to hold the closing ceremony in this way.“We acknowledged the incident, observed a minute’s silence, released pigeons and cut out dancing. All the songs too were iconic Pakistani songs. We had a dilemma due to the unfortunate New Zealand incident. People forget that we are also the victims of terrorism. Now the world knows what challenges are there. Pakistan’s problems are not different to anyone else’s. It doesn’t mean we should gloat. We will work with them and share our experiences but cricket should not stop. If cricket stops due to terrorism then it’s a victory for the terrorists. Players’ safety is of course important and cannot be risked but the game must go on too,” Mani said. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.