Trump confirms 5 deaths in Molson Coors HQ in Milwaukee

Trump confirms 5 deaths in Molson Coors HQ in Milwaukee

An unfortunate shooting incident occurred in Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee on Wednesday afternoon. President Donald Trump confirmed that the shooter had taken the lives of five people. Alfonso Morales, the chief of the Milwaukee Police, also released a confirmation statement related to the deaths of the people in the incident.

According to Morales, the shooter was a 51-year-old employee of Molson Coors. The shooter died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the statement released by Morales. The shooting incident is under investigation. The investigators are looking to find if there was someone else involved behind the shooting event.  The agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) are on the scene.

The FBI and ATF agents are assisting Milwaukee Police in the investigation. Molson Coors also released a statement related to the incident. Molson Coors stated, “There is an active situation at our Milwaukee facility and we are working closely with the Milwaukee Police Department.” Molson Coors added that it would keep people updated as the investigation would progress.

Molson Coors stated that their employees were their first priority. Trump offered condolences to the victims of the incidents. He released his statement before attending a scheduled press conference related to the coronavirus. Trump said, “Our hearts break for them, we send our condolences.” He called it a “terrible thing”.

Molson Coors is the place where Miller Beer is brewed and thousands of people visit it to participate in a factory tour. It is a major tourist attraction in Milwaukee. The headquarters of Molson Coors will remain closed this week, according to the statement released by them. Morales said that they would release the names of the victims publically within the next 24-48 hours. The investigators are on the scene and performing their professional duties.

Managing editor of the Chicago Morning Star

Related Posts
Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Ban on Donald Trump
Facebook’s oversight board on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 decided to uphold the company’s indefinite suspension
Trump continues final crackdowns on Chinese firms
President Donald Trump has placed more bans and investment sanctions on the biggest Chinese companies
Trump becomes first US president to be impeached twice
President Donald Trump has been impeached for enticing deadly riots at the US Capitols on
FBI warns about armed protests by Trump supporters ahead of Biden inauguration
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a warning about the plans of armed protests
Obama Invited Trump to White House; Trump Hasn’t Done the Same for His Successor
Four years ago on this day, on November 10, 2016, then-President Barack Obama invited President-elect,
White House Coronavirus Task Force Warns of Dire Consequences
President Donald Trump had claimed at campaign rallies that the COVID-19 pandemic would vanish on
Trump-appointed judges made it tougher to vote
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has harmed the administration of the 2020 election by continuing
Trump returns to campaign trail after testing positive for COVID-19
Donald J. Trump, the president of the United States of America, has returned to the
People protest against Senate Majority Leader’s vow to replace Ginsburg on supreme court
Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, vowed the voting in Senate for the replacement of
POTUS promotes hydroxychloroquine as coronavirus treatment once again
The efficacy of the hydroxychloroquine has been disputed by several trials so far. However, President