MORGAN HILL, Calif. (KTVU) - Two employees of a Ford car dealership in Morgan Hill were shot and killed a Tuesday evening before the suspect, also an employee, turned the gun on himself, police said.
Sources told KTVU that the two victims were managers and that the suspect had been fired earlier in the day before he returned with a gun and started shooting.
"Everybody in the shop was running, the detail department caught on very quickly and running toward the field as well from my understanding a lot of people ran to the hotel," said Jordan Valdez, an employee.
Police said there are no outstanding suspects.
"The building was secured," said Sgt. Bill Norman.
Police said they received multiple 911 calls of the shooting at 6:03 p.m. Officers arrived at the scene within five minutes. Upon arrival, police found a man suffering a gunshot wound at the building's north end.
While clearing the scene, they learned of two more people inside the building.
Police were scarce with details of the victims' conditions early on, but said that medics were at the scene of 17045 Condit Road, just off South Valley Freeway US 101.
Skyfox flew over the scene at around 7:30 p.m. and could see dozens of police vehicles and a body under a tarp in the parking lot.
UPDATE: Police confirm three people are dead, all employees of the Ford dealership. Suspected gunman was found with handgun in hand in parking lot- deceased.— Azenith Smith (@AzenithKTVU) June 26, 2019
#BREAKING: Shooting at Ford dealership in #MorganHill. Sources say disgruntled employee who was fired today returned with gun and started shooting. Confirming how many people were shot.#ktvu pic.twitter.com/5dGj57ORCO— Azenith Smith (@AzenithKTVU) June 26, 2019