GOSHEN, Ind. (Dec. 8)—Parker Hannifin Corp. released employees from its Goshen factory Dec. 6 shortly after a shooting at the next-door plant run by Nu-Wood Decorative Millwork. A Nu-Wood manager came to the Parker building shortly after 2:30 to call 9-1-1, Parker Plant Manager John Greco said. Parker personnel immediately secured their plant before releasing employees at 3:45. Two hours after the shooting, police found the man believed to be the shooter and one other Nu-Wood employee dead, according to "Indianapolis Star" reports. Six other workers were wounded when the disgruntled employee opened fire in the plant.
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