After Indianapolis FedEx shooting, employees are still waiting to reunite with family because FedEx restricts cell phone use at its facilities, police say
Hours after a gunman opened fire in an Indianapolis FedEx facility, family members of employees at the facility were still corralled at a nearby Holiday Inn, waiting to hear from their loved ones.
Some families were still trying to contact employees as recently as 9 a.m. ET, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department told CNN on Friday.
Deputy Chief Craig McCartt said the FedEx workers were hard to reach because many of them didn't have cell phones with them in the facility.
"It's certainly been a night of frustration and uncertainty for those families," McCartt told CNN on Friday.https://www.cnn.com/2021/04/16/us/fedex-shooting-no-phone-policy-trnd/index.html