CRIME

YouTube’s Neighbors Send Stirring Message Of Support After Shooting

Walmart employees in the next building used their windows to show some love.

Four people were injured on Tuesday when a woman entered YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California, and opened fire

During the incident, authorities ordered a lockdown at Walmart’s eCommerce in the next building and told workers to keep away from the windows, CNET reported. 

After receiving the all-clear, the Walmart employees returned to those same windows ― not to gawk, but to send a message to any neighbors who might still be in the YouTube building: 

The shooter, identified as Nasim Aghdam, died at the scene of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

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