PracticeAuditSacked accountant in US shooting rampage

Sacked accountant in US shooting rampage

Two people killed, third injured in shooting at sacked accountant's workplace

An accountant who was sacked from his job in Detroit has gone on a shooting
rampage in the building he worked, killing two people and critically injuring a
third.

The man identified as
Anthony
LaCalamita
, 38 was fired last week. He was arrested after a dramatic
high-speed chase after another driver recognised his vehicle as the getaway car
described on the radio.

LaCalamita was listed among the professional staff on the website of
Gordon Advisers, a public accounting and
business consulting firm.

Sheriff Robert Pickell said at a press conference that LaCalamita gave no
explanation for the shooting.

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