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Lessons from a Workplace Shooting in Virginia Beach

Jun 11, 2019 | 10:00 GMT
Crime scene experts from the FBI remove evidence from a black SUV on the day after a mass shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center on June 1, 2019.

Crime scene experts from the FBI remove evidence from a black SUV on the day after a mass shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center June 1, 2019. Recognizing and acting on the warning signs of a co-worker planning an attack can prevent a massacre.

(CHIP SOMODEVILLA/Getty Images)

The Friday afternoon was passing normally for employees at Virginia Beach's municipal complex. As 4 p.m. rolled around on May 31, most were undoubtedly thinking about their plans for the upcoming weekend. Their peaceful afternoon, however, was soon shattered by an all-too-common occurrence: a workplace shooting. In a massacre that...

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