3 Workplace Shootings In One Day

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Three separate workplace shootings were reported in North Carolina, Virginia and Massachusetts on Tuesday morning.

Two people were killed and one injured in a what appeared to be a domestic-related shooting at a Louisburg, N.C., business Tuesday morning, reports CBS News affiliate WRAL-TV in Raleigh.

A man and a woman are dead, and Louisburg police chief Rick Lassiter said the man appears to be the shooter. The injured victim is a woman whose injuries are not life threatening.

Lassiter told WRAL-TV that bullets struck two women inside the office at around 8:45 a.m.

One woman managed to get outside to the parking lot, where she fell over, police said. She was later pronounced dead at the scene.

A second woman sustained a gunshot wound to the hip, but she also get out of the building, police said. She ran toward U.S. Highway 401 and managed to get help from employees at a nearby ACE Hardware store.

The surviving victim was taken to Franklin Regional Hospital. Her wounds were thought to be non-life-threatening.

In Chester, Va., police say an argument in the parking lot of a factory ended when one man pulled out a gun and shot the other man to death, then fled.

Chesterfield County police said the argument happened during the 7 a.m. shift change at Pre Con Industrial.

Police said the victim died at the scene and the suspect drove off in a gold-colored Chevrolet.

In Boston, a man is dead after allegedly shooting a co-worker at a Randolph workplace, then later killing himself.

A spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's office said 48-year-old Howard Trang apparently committed suicide after the shooting at Alloy Fabricators of New England.

Police identified the victim as 52-year-old Gene Dure, who was allegedly shot by Trang in the left arm and abdomen at about 7 a.m.

Police said Trang was found dead on a Randolph street at about 8:30 a.m.

Dure was taken to Caritas Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton. His condition was not immediately available.
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