Three are dead and 7 were injured at a shooting at Kronospan, a wood-processing plant in the small Swiss town of Menznau, outside Lucerne.
“There were three dead and seven injured, some of them serious injured,” said prosecutor’s spokesman Simon Kopp, according to The Associated Press.
The shooter opened fire in the company canteen, AP reported. The identity of the shooter is still unknown, as is the motive, AP said.
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