Former employee opens fire at Orlando office tower, one dead


ORLANDO, Fla. Police in Orlando say a gunman has been apprehended after killing one person and injuring five others at a downtown office building where he was let go two years ago.

Police Chief Val Demings says 40-year-old Jason Rodriguez surrendered to police at his mother's home after officers saw him through a window and asked him to come out.

She confirms that one person was killed in the shooting at the Legion Place office building downtown. Five others were hurt.

A gunman opened fire Friday in the offices of an engineering firm where he was let go more than two years ago.

People streamed out of the 16-story Legion Place office building around lunchtime and some told local television stations they had barricaded themselves inside their offices.

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Another shooting happens. Will these daily events start to make us immune to these occurrences.