Number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2018

Workplace shootings in the U.S. by victim count, as of February 2018 The statistic shows the number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2018. On September 27, 2012, Andrew Engeldinger went on a shooting rampage after being fired, killing the business owner, three fellow employees, and a UPS driver. He then killed himself.
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FatalitiesInjured
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 156
San Bernardino mass shooting (San Bernardino, California, 2015) 1421
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999) 913
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 912
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 92
Goleta postal shootings (Goleta, California, 2006) 80
Lockheed Martin shooting (Meridian, Mississippi, 2003) 78
ESL shooting (Sunnyvale, California, 1988) 74
Accent Signage Systems shooting (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012) 71
Wakefield massacre (Wakefield, Massachusetts, 2000) 70
Xerox killings (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1999) 70
Fort Lauderdale revenge shooting (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1996) 61
Walter Rossler Company massacre (Corpus Christi, Texas, 1995) 60
Atlantis Plastics shooting (Henderson, Kentucky, 2008) 61
Royal Oak postal shootings (Royal Oak, Michigan, 1991) 55
Navistar shooting (Melrose Park, Illinois, 2001) 54
Hotel shooting (Tampa, Florida, 1999) 53
Caltrans maintenance yard shooting (Orange, California, 1997) 52
Connecticut Lottery shooting (Newington, Connecticut, 1998) 51
Florida awning manufacturer shooting (Orlando, Florida, 2017)50
Chuck E. Cheese's killings (Aurora, Colorado, 1993) 41
R.E. Phelon Company shooting (Aiken, South Carolina, 1997) 43
Excel Industries mass shooting (Hesston, Kansas, 2016) 314
Planned Parenthood clinic (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2015)39
San Francisco UPS shooting (San Francisco, CA, 2017)32
Pennsylvania supermarket shooting (Tunkhannock, PA, 2017)30
Rural Ohio nursing home shooting (Kirkersville, Ohio, 2017)30
Edgewood businees park shooting (Edgewood, MD, 2017)33
FatalitiesInjured
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 156
San Bernardino mass shooting (San Bernardino, California, 2015) 1421
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999) 913
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 912
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 92
Goleta postal shootings (Goleta, California, 2006) 80
Lockheed Martin shooting (Meridian, Mississippi, 2003) 78
ESL shooting (Sunnyvale, California, 1988) 74
Accent Signage Systems shooting (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012) 71
Wakefield massacre (Wakefield, Massachusetts, 2000) 70
Xerox killings (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1999) 70
Fort Lauderdale revenge shooting (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1996) 61
Walter Rossler Company massacre (Corpus Christi, Texas, 1995) 60
Atlantis Plastics shooting (Henderson, Kentucky, 2008) 61
Royal Oak postal shootings (Royal Oak, Michigan, 1991) 55
Navistar shooting (Melrose Park, Illinois, 2001) 54
Hotel shooting (Tampa, Florida, 1999) 53
Caltrans maintenance yard shooting (Orange, California, 1997) 52
Connecticut Lottery shooting (Newington, Connecticut, 1998) 51
Florida awning manufacturer shooting (Orlando, Florida, 2017)50
Chuck E. Cheese's killings (Aurora, Colorado, 1993) 41
R.E. Phelon Company shooting (Aiken, South Carolina, 1997) 43
Excel Industries mass shooting (Hesston, Kansas, 2016) 314
Planned Parenthood clinic (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2015)39
San Francisco UPS shooting (San Francisco, CA, 2017)32
Pennsylvania supermarket shooting (Tunkhannock, PA, 2017)30
Rural Ohio nursing home shooting (Kirkersville, Ohio, 2017)30
Edgewood businees park shooting (Edgewood, MD, 2017)33
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The statistic shows the number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2018. On September 27, 2012, Andrew Engeldinger went on a shooting rampage after being fired, killing the business owner, three fellow employees, and a UPS driver. He then killed himself.
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February 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
1982 to February 2018

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