Victims Of Shooting Rampage At Irwindale Edison Identified
IRWINDALE (CBS) — Authorities Saturday released the identities of those fatally struck in a shooting rampage at a Southern California Edison office in Irwindale.
A coroner’s official identified the deceased as 56-year-old Henry Serrano of Walnut and 53-year-old Robert Scott Lindsay of Chino.
Two other employees were critically wounded in the Friday afternoon shooting rampage inside an office complex at 4900 block of Rivergrade Road before the alleged gunman, identified as 48-year-old Andre Turner of Norco, took his own life.
SCE employee Angela Alvarez, 46, from Glendale, and contractor Abhay Pimpale, 38, of Montebello, were critically injured during the rampage.
Pimpale is being released from the hospital Saturday and should be home by Saturday evening.
“This has been one of the most horrific days in the 125-year history of Southern California Edison,” said Gil Alexander of SoCal Edison.
Sources tell CBS2 that before to the shooting, the gunman went into a room and said, “Not you. Not you. Not you,” essentially telling some employees to get out of the room before taking aim at four managers.
According to sources, Turner was a disgruntled employee who learned Friday that he wouldn’t receive a year-end bonus and was allegedly having financial trouble.
CBS2’s Serene Branson reported that investigators are using some of the security video from inside the building to gather more information.
Other SoCal Edison employees told CBS2 that the gunman was at work Friday morning and used his key card to gain access to the building.
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