Workplace shootings in the U.S. by victim count, as of November 2019

Number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019

Workplace shootings in the U.S. by victim count, as of November 2019 The statistic shows the number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 15, 2019. 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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Number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 2019

FatalitiesInjuredTotal
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 15621
San Bernardino mass shooting (San Bernardino, California, 2015)142135
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999)91322
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 91221
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 9211
Goleta postal shootings (Goleta, California, 2006) 808
Wakefield massacre (Wakefield, Massachusetts, 2000) 707
Xerox killings (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1999) 707
Accent Signage Systems shooting (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012) 718
Lockheed Martin shooting (Meridian, Mississippi, 2003)7815
ESL shooting (Sunnyvale, California, 1988) 7411
Atlantis Plastics shooting (Henderson, Kentucky, 2008) 617
Fort Lauderdale revenge shooting (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1996) 617
Walter Rossler Company massacre (Corpus Christi, Texas, 1995) 606
Connecticut Lottery shooting (Newington, Connecticut, 1998) 516
Hotel shooting (Tampa, Florida, 1999) 538
Florida awning manufacturer shooting (Orlando, Florida, 2017)505
Harry Pratt Co. warehouse shooting (Aurora, Illinois, 2019)5611
Navistar shooting (Melrose Park, Illinois, 2001) 549
Royal Oak postal shootings (Royal Oak, Michigan, 1991) 5510
SunTrust bank shooting (Sebring, Florida, 2019505
T&T Trucking shooting (Bakersfield, CA, 2018)505
Caltrans maintenance yard shooting (Orange, California, 1997) 527
Capital Gazette shooting (Annapolis, Maryland, 2018)527
Chuck E. Cheese's killings (Aurora, Colorado, 1993) 415
R.E. Phelon Company shooting (Aiken, South Carolina, 1997) 437
Rural Ohio nursing home shooting (Kirkersville, Ohio, 2017)303
Rite Aid warehouse shooting (Perryman, MD, 2018)336
Edgewood businees park shooting (Edgewood, MD, 2017)336
Planned Parenthood clinic (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2015)3912
Excel Industries mass shooting (Hesston, Kansas, 2016)31417
Pennsylvania supermarket shooting (Tunkhannock, PA, 2017)303
San Francisco UPS shooting (San Francisco, CA, 2017)325
Yountville veterans home shooting (Yountville, California, 2018)303
Fifth Third Center shooting (Cincinnati, Ohio, 2018)325
Mercy Hospital shooting (Chicago, Illinois, (2018)303
FatalitiesInjuredTotal
United States Postal Service shooting (Edmond, Oklahoma, 1986) 15621
San Bernardino mass shooting (San Bernardino, California, 2015)142135
Atlanta day trading spree killings (Atlanta, Georgia, 1999)91322
Standard Gravure shooting (Louisville, Kentucky, 1989) 91221
Hartford Beer Distributor shooting (Manchester, Connecticut, 2010) 9211
Goleta postal shootings (Goleta, California, 2006) 808
Wakefield massacre (Wakefield, Massachusetts, 2000) 707
Xerox killings (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1999) 707
Accent Signage Systems shooting (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2012) 718
Lockheed Martin shooting (Meridian, Mississippi, 2003)7815
ESL shooting (Sunnyvale, California, 1988) 7411
Atlantis Plastics shooting (Henderson, Kentucky, 2008) 617
Fort Lauderdale revenge shooting (Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1996) 617
Walter Rossler Company massacre (Corpus Christi, Texas, 1995) 606
Connecticut Lottery shooting (Newington, Connecticut, 1998) 516
Hotel shooting (Tampa, Florida, 1999) 538
Florida awning manufacturer shooting (Orlando, Florida, 2017)505
Harry Pratt Co. warehouse shooting (Aurora, Illinois, 2019)5611
Navistar shooting (Melrose Park, Illinois, 2001) 549
Royal Oak postal shootings (Royal Oak, Michigan, 1991) 5510
SunTrust bank shooting (Sebring, Florida, 2019505
T&T Trucking shooting (Bakersfield, CA, 2018)505
Caltrans maintenance yard shooting (Orange, California, 1997) 527
Capital Gazette shooting (Annapolis, Maryland, 2018)527
Chuck E. Cheese's killings (Aurora, Colorado, 1993) 415
R.E. Phelon Company shooting (Aiken, South Carolina, 1997) 437
Rural Ohio nursing home shooting (Kirkersville, Ohio, 2017)303
Rite Aid warehouse shooting (Perryman, MD, 2018)336
Edgewood businees park shooting (Edgewood, MD, 2017)336
Planned Parenthood clinic (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 2015)3912
Excel Industries mass shooting (Hesston, Kansas, 2016)31417
Pennsylvania supermarket shooting (Tunkhannock, PA, 2017)303
San Francisco UPS shooting (San Francisco, CA, 2017)325
Yountville veterans home shooting (Yountville, California, 2018)303
Fifth Third Center shooting (Cincinnati, Ohio, 2018)325
Mercy Hospital shooting (Chicago, Illinois, (2018)303
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The statistic shows the number of victims of workplace shootings in the United States between 1982 and February 15, 2019. 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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