Tonight at 10: A year after Middleton workplace shooting, first responders share lessons learned
MADISON, Wis. — Thursday will be a difficult day for many in the Middleton community. It’s the one-year anniversary of Dane County’s first active shooter incident.
It’s been one year since four people were injured when a WTS Paradigm employee began shooting inside the software company’s Middleton office.
Anthony Tong was killed by officers just minutes after he entered his workplace.
In the 12 months since, the officers and deputies who responded that day have received national recognition for killing the gunman and preventing an even greater tragedy. But many of them are still dealing with the emotional impact.
Tonight on News 3 Now at 10, hear more about the lessons learned from the Paradigm shooting as Susan Siman sits down with five of the first responders who were first on the scene.
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