A subway employee pushed his 5-year-old son under the counter and was shot too much by mayonnaise.


Subway employees are still in crisis after being shot dead in the southwestern subway of Atlanta.

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Police said the shooter was upset because his sandwich had too much mayonnaise.

The shooting took place on Sunday night at restaurants on Northside Drive and Markham Street.

Two women were shot dead, one of whom died.

Police said the tip allowed the shooter to be tracked.

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According to police, the woman killed was 26 years old.

Relatives told Channel 2 Tom Jones that another victim, 24-year-old Jada Statam, was beaten twice after pushing his son under the counter to prevent injury.

Subway co-owner Al Bailey said a third worker shot the shooter.

Statam’s sister told Jones that she had been beaten twice and was in the ICU.

Atlanta police said this was the case of someone with a gun who didn’t know how to resolve the dispute without resorting to violence.

Jones spoke to Statam’s uncle. His uncle witnessed her son being shot by her mother and said she was okay.

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Police have not disclosed the names of the people they arrested or the allegations he is facing. The co-owner did not disclose the name of the worker who was killed because he was waiting for notification to his close relatives.

Police said they were still watching the video and interviewing witnesses.

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