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Multiple People Wounded in 'Massive Stabbing' at Industrial Park

Multiple People Wounded in 'Massive Stabbing' at Industrial Park

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare hospital said it received five patients, down from the earlier reported number of six.

Tallahassee police spokesman Officer Damon Miller would not say Wednesday morning what the motive or what weapon was used, nor what connection the suspect had to the business.

Police said the stabbing suspect is in custody. He reportedly clocked in to work at 8 a.m. and clocked out at 8:20 a.m. He was caught about a block away from the Dyke Industries building.

She was on the phone with him as it happened, she told the paper: "The next thing I know, he said, 'Baby".

Shortly after clocking in at 8 a.m., Brown had a verbal dispute with coworkers or supervisors, according to interim Tallahassee Police Chief Steven Outlaw.

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Outlaw said the employees were "heroic" at a Wednesday afternoon press conference. He added that he was at a 9/11 ceremony when he was informed of the stabbing. Outlaw said. "All of our responding officers, they're also very cognizant of what day this is". Police will have a presence at the crime scene as they try to determine Brown's path and sequence of events. One victim was in serious condition, two were in fair condition and another two were in good condition, said Danielle Buchanan, a hospital spokeswoman.

Dyke Industries has locations across the southeast including Tallahassee and two others in Florida.

It provides residential and commercial building materials including interior and exterior doors, millwork, and windows.

According to the police, the stabbing took place at a Dyke Industries, Inc. dealership in the city's industrial district.