Two dead in Ohio auto plant shooting


CHICAGO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - A recently disciplined worker at a Jeep auto production plant in Toledo, Ohio, opened fire with a shotgun on Wednesday and killed a fellow employee and wounded two others before turning the gun on himself, authorities said. The shootings occurred in the body shop of the Toledo North Assembly plant that produces Jeeps for DaimlerChrysler AG. Three men were taken to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, and one died, a spokeswoman said. Police said the worker had ...

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