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A UPS employee opened fire in a San Francisco package delivery facility in a shooting spree that left four dead, including the gunman, on Wednesday, police and the company said.
The gunman barged into the facility near 17th and Vermont streets around 9 a.m. local time and began shooting, San Francisco police confirmed to Fox News. The building is located in the Potrero Hill, which is about 2 1/2 miles from downtown San Francisco.
Two other people remain hospitalized. The gunman died of a self-inflicted wound, police said.
The motive of the shooting is still unclear, police said, adding that they believe the incident was not terror-related. The FBI was aware of the incident but did not intervened, the bureau told Fox News.
UPS spokesman Steve Gaut confirmed the gunman was an employee at the facility. No other details were released of the individual, but police said the person was dressed in a UPS uniform.