UNION COUNTY, Fl. (WIVB) - Three people are dead, including the gunman himself, and two others are injured following a mass shooting in Union County, Florida Saturday morning.
Union County Sheriff's say, the incident happened around 9 a.m. when a man went on a shooting spree.
The gunman has been identified as 72-year-old Hubert Allen, Jr., the step-grandfather of Buffalo Bills Running Back CJ Spiller.
Allen used to work at Pritchett Trucking, Inc. He first went to a location owned by the owner of the trucking company where he shot and killed a former co-worker named Rolando Gonzalez-Delgado, 28. He then shot and killed Pritchett Trucking Inc. owner Marvin Pritchett, 80.
Shortly after, Allen confronted another former employee identified as Lewis Mabrey, 66, and shot him in the left arm and side. Mabrey was rushed to a hospital where he will undergo surgery. He is currently in stable and good condition.
Allen subsequently went to Pritchett Trucking Inc., where he shot David Griffis, 44, in the stomach. The victim was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery; he is currently in critical condition.
Following the shootings, Allen returned to his home in Lake Butler, where he took his own life.
Investigators are interviewing Pritchett Trucking employees and witnesses to determine the shooter's motive.
The Union County Sheriff's Office believes Allen was alone in the shootings.
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