Victims of Safeway Shooting Doing Better

By: AP
By: AP

Some of the victims of a weekend shooting at the Safeway Distribution Center in Denver are doing better, as investigators try to figure out what set off a worker on Sunday.

Police say 22-year-old Michael Julius Ford was the employee who walked through the building Sunday afternoon, shooting colleagues and setting fires.

He died in a shootout with officers, but not before authorities say he shot and killed 32-year-old employee Mauricio DeHaro. Four other employees and a Denver SWAT team member were also hurt.

Thirty-eight-year-old Officer Derick Dominguez is hospitalized in serious condition after surgery, but Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper says he's in good spirits.

Thirty-seven-year-old Mark Moran remains in critical condition with a head wound; 27-year-old John Mendoza is listed in serious condition with a wound to his face; 34-year-old Luis Relford remains in fair condition; and 27-year-old Oscar Martinez was treated and released.


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