PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A food plant where a just-suspended employee allegedly shot and killed two people last night in Philadelphia is closed until further notice.
A statement from Kraft Foods says counseling will be offered to employees.
Police say a woman who had been escorted from the plant returned with a handgun and opened fire. Two people were killed and a third critically injured. Officers say she also fired at them once they isolated her in a room.
The suspect has not been identified, and there's no immediate word why she was suspended.
The president of a threat assessment firm says mass shootings are rarely carried out by women. But he says that doesn't mean people should discount the violence potential of females.