NYPD Investigating Fatal Manhattan Shooting

A construction worker fatally shot his former foreman at a Midtown worksite before shooting himself police said

Police say a foreman at a New York City high-rise construction site has been fatally shot by a former worker who later apparently killed himself.

The shooting happened on West 59th Street between 11th and 12th avenues, bordering the Upper West Side and Hell's Kitchen, police said shortly before 7:30 a.m.

Both were found dead inside by a SWAT team shortly after the first shot was sacked. SWAT teams entered the building to hunt the gunman after the first reports that shots had been fired.

Initial NYPD radio chatter said the gunman was wearing construction gear and an orange jacket as he ran out of the building.

Photo Police officers investigating the fatal shooting of a man at a construction project at 645 West 59th Street on Thursday.

Officers who arrived at the building discovered a man who had been shot in the head, the police said.

Other workers claimed the man was a disgruntled former employee who was sacked a few days ago.



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