Two women were killed after shooting at an Indiana car factory, officials said.Suspect was arrested


Officials said Wednesday that two women were killed in a shooting at a car seat factory near Indianapolis.

Shooting happened at NHK Seating of America Factory Parking Lot around 4:15 pm.. During the shift change on Wednesday, Clinton County Sheriff Rich Kelly said. The factory is located in Frankfort, Indiana, about 45 miles north of Indianapolis.

The man fled the scene at Blue Ford, but was arrested by police shortly after he crashed, Kelly told reporters.

“We were able to stop him probably within 45 seconds to a minute after he left the facility,” he told reporters.

According to Kelly, the suspect has been detained at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office.He wasn’t injured in the crash

According to officials, the suspect and the two unidentified women were all employees. Their interrelationship is unknown.

Frankfort Police, Deputy Clinton County Sheriff, Indianapolis Police Department, and Clinton County Coroner Office were all investigating or securing the scene.

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Due to this shooting, NHK, which has two factories in Frankfort, stopped production that day. “They are interested in the well-being of their employees,” Kelly said.

The plant that designs and manufactures vehicle seats opened in June, according to the Associated Press.

According to data compiled by AP / USA TODAY / Northeastern University, there have been 14 mass shootings at work since 2006 before this year’s shootings. Indianapolis; Brian, Texas; San JoseAnd now Frankfort.

Contributions: Sarah Nelson, The Indianapolis Star; Associated Press

This article was originally published in USA TODAY NETWORK. Indiana Car Factory Shooting: Two Women Arrested Suspect