[Ed. – No details yet on the perp. It’s being called a “workplace shooting,” but as we know, almost anything can be called that now.]
A shooter opened fire inside a Wisconsin software company on Wednesday, wounding three people before responding officers fatally shot the assailant as workers ran from the office building or hid inside, according to police and witnesses.
Middleton Police Chief Chuck Foulke said officers were alerted to an active-shooter situation at WTS Paradigm around 10:25 a.m. Foulke said the suspect was taken to a hospital after being shot by officers but later died. He said there were no other suspects in the attack. …
Two hospitals in Madison said they were initially treating five people from the shooting: one who was in critical condition early Wednesday afternoon, two who were in serious condition, and one whose condition wasn’t released. The fifth person was a walk-in patient who was treated and released.
It wasn’t immediately clear if one of those patients was the shooter. Police also haven’t released details about the injured, but Foulke said police would release more information about the shooting later Wednesday.