Police Lock Down Molson Coors Campus in Milwaukee After Shooting Reports

Police responded on February 26 to reports of a gunman opening fire at a Molson Coors building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, according to local media.

Media reports said at least five people were killed (see here and here).

“Employees were notified by email that an active shooter was in or near the second-floor stairwell of the sprawling factory’s Building 4. Police responded at 2.11 pm,” the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

Police had not confirmed the shooting at the time of writing, but said they had responded to a “critical incident.”

Several nearby businesses were reportedly placed on lockdown as a result of the incident.

This video was taken by an employee, who wrote that workers were moving from the campus to a nearby restaurant, Spitfires on State.

He wrote that a woman donated $200 in “support” of the employees. Credit: Terry Tibbits Sr. via Storyful