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Family of victims in ABB shooting suing security firm

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Un bombero de San Luis lleva a una persona en camilla hacia una ambulancia, frente a la empresa ABB Inc., el jueves 7 de enero del 2010, luego que un sujeto armado perpetr? un ataque a tiros (AP Foto/Jeff Roberson). By Jeff Roberson Un bombero de San Luis lleva a una persona en camilla hacia una ambulancia, frente a la empresa ABB Inc., el jueves 7 de enero del 2010, luego que un sujeto armado perpetr? un ataque a tiros (AP Foto/Jeff Roberson). By Jeff Roberson
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Police work the scene of a shooting after a gunman with an assault rifle walked into the ABB Power plant and began shooting Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) By Jeff Roberson Police work the scene of a shooting after a gunman with an assault rifle walked into the ABB Power plant and began shooting Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) By Jeff Roberson
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(KMOV)-- The families of some of the victims of a workplace shooting are suing a security firm.

Tim hendron shot and killed 3 and wounded 5 others when he went on a shooting rampage at ABB January 7th.

The plaintiffs are seeking unspecified damages from Securitas Security Services. That is the company that provided security at the electric transformer plant.

Two guards who were at the plant at the time of the shooting are also named in the suit.

 

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