A lowered flag, flapping in the light breeze Friday was the sad and solemn reminder of last year’s mass shooting at a Bryn Mawr neighborhood business. The occasion was Minnesota’s worst case of workplace violence: seven people died, including the lone gunman.
Friends, family and co-workers of those who died in a mass shooting at a Minneapolis business last September are quietly preparing for a one-year anniversary of the tragedy. Friday, Sept. 27, will mark one year since Andrew Engeldinger opened fire at Accent Signage in Minneapolis shortly after being fired from the company.
It’s been nearly six months since Andrew Engeldinger shot and killed six people, including himself, at Accent Signage in Minneapolis.
One of the five people killed by a gunman at a Minneapolis sign company is being laid to rest. A funeral service for 50-year-old Keith Basinski, a father of three, is to be held Thursday afternoon at Emmanuel Christian Center in Spring Lake Park.
Neighbors in Minneapolis’ Bryn Mawr community have their thoughts and prayers with the victims of last Thursday’s workplace shooting.
The memorial outside Accent Signage in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Minneapolis is growing, where five people were killed during a rampage on Thursday.
The parents of a Minneapolis man who authorities say fatally shot five people at his workplace were so concerned about his growing paranoia two years ago that they enrolled in a course for families of the mentally ill.
Authorities have identified all five victims killed in Thursday’s sign-business shooting in the city’s Bryn Mawr neighborhood.