In a 24-hour span three ordinary places became danger zones
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An employee at a Wisconsin software company opens fire at the office, wounding three co-workers and forcing others to hide under desks.

A gunman wounds four people at a Pennsylvania municipal building about an hour and half later, before he's shot dead by police.

The next morning a disgruntled employee fatally shoots three people and leaves three others wounded at a Rite Aid distribution center in Maryland.

In a span of 24 hours this week three seemingly safe places of business in America turned...


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