Man injured in Fed-Ex shooting leaves hospital

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KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) — One of the men wounded in a shooting at a Fed-Ex center in metro Atlanta has left the hospital.

Police have not released the name of the 19-year-old victim, who was deemed healthy enough to leave Wellstar Kennestone Hospital on Wednesday.

He was among the six people wounded during an attack Tuesday at a Fed-Ex package-sorting center. Police said 19-year Geddy Kramer shot a guard at the facility, then opened fire at others inside the sprawling warehouse.

Investigators said Kramer killed himself, which stopped the rampage.

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1 Comment

  • n_slash_a

    Glad the man was okay.

    I’m curious, if this facility was a “gun-free” zone, then how was this crazy guy able to bring in a gun to shoot people? My only conclusion is that criminals intent on committing mass murder don’t care about signs. Therefore, the signs only harm law-abiding citizens by turning them into helpless targets.