Nightly News | September 28, 2012
>> outside minneapolis a community is reeling after a man who was fired from his job yesterday morning returned to work with a gun, opening fire on his colleagues. when it was all over, six people were dead, including the gunman. nbc's kevin tibbles reports.
>> reporter: today, police removed the body of those killed in yesterday's killing spree. it happened at accent signage systems, where an employee let go that morning returned and opened fire.
>> the obvious signs of conflict in there, it was a hellish time.
>> reporter: the shooter killed five, among them the company's owner, a grandfather.
>> reuben was a very important part of this business, he was born in israel and came to this country to live the american dream .
>> reporter: an immigrant who started his business in his basement.
>> he was something who climbed the ladder of success in his business and tried to help people in the business, as well.
>> reporter: another person, the driver of the ups truck , on the premises. he was described as a gentle spirit, with ups for nine years.
>> he is well known to many.
>> reporter: the suspected gunman killed himself in the basement, his parents say he struggled with mental illness.
>> our hearts go out to the families of the people killed, and those wounded in this tragedy. nothing we can say can make up for their loss.
>> reporter: neighbors who watched in horror as employees ran for their lives, are grateful nobody else was dead.
>> i am grateful there were so many people who did survive and save each other's lives.
>> reporter: tonight, two shooting victims are in the hospital in critical and serious condition. as a community mourns. kevin tibbles, nbc news, minneapolis.