• Fri, Dec 16, 2011
"This is one of the most horrific days in the history of the Edison Company," Bitter-Bruce said during a phone interview early Saturday morning. "Our main focus is with the families and co-workers who those who have lost love ones or injured in this tragedy," she said.
"We are working with law enforcement agencies, grief counselors, and we are just taking it hour by hour," Bitter-Bruce told LCCN.
She did not have any confirmation of the name of the suspected gunman who apparently took his own life and that of two other co-workers. "We will have more information at a later time," the spokeswoman said.
"Our hearts are broken. We were so busy dealing with the recent wind storms here at Edison, and this tragedy is just beyond words," she said.
UPDATE Saturday, 12:05 a.m.: Los Cerritos Community News has learned that the gunman in the shooting rampage on Friday afternoon at the Southern California Edison office in Irwindale pointed his gun and "just began shooting."
Law enforcement converged on the dead suspects home in the Inland Empire on Friday night to continue their investigation.
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