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>> Five people are dead after a man opened fire inside a Florida industrial park work space Monday morning. Police say the dead include the shooter who took his own life. Orange County Sheriff, Jerry Demings, did not identify the gunman, but described him as a 45 year old former employee of the company with a reported history of violence.
>> He was fired sometime in April of this year. So he was a disgruntled employee that came back to this business this morning. About three years ago, in June of 2014, we did respond to this business in which the subject, who is responsible for the deaths this morning, was the subject of a workplace violence incident in which he allegedly battered another employee here in the business.
There were no charges actually at that time.>> The company, Fiamma Incorporated, makes awnings for recreational vehicles and is about seven miles from Orlando. The workplace massacre coming close to a year after a gunman opened fire inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando killing 49 people in the single worst mass shooting in US history.
Police on Monday saying the shooting at Fiamma Incorporated did not appear connected to terrorism.