Update Wednesday 12:45 p.m.
Two people were shot in a domestic-related incident in the parking lot of the Ficosa manufacturing plant in Cookeville on Tuesday morning.
According to the Cookeville Police Department, Angelique Deplae shot Tyler Stults and Rebecca Crowley before turning the gun on herself.
Stults, 20, later died from his injuries late Tuesday evening, police confirmed in a press release issued Wednesday morning. Crowley, 35, is in stable condition at a hospital in Chattanooga.
Both Stults and Crowley were employees of the factory.
Witnesses told police the shooter, 30-year-old Deplae, opened the driver's door of a vehicle in the parking lot and began firing. Police said she then walked toward the front of the vehicle and shot and killed herself.
Police called this an "isolated domestic violence incident." They said Stults and Deplae had been in a relationship.
Deplae was divorced. Records show she filed an order of protection against her ex-husband last February. The order noted the two had five children.
An employee told Channel 4 she was sitting in her car when she heard gunfire just feet away.
“I just saw a friend of mine get shot, then another guy that was sitting with her got shot, and then the girl on the ground. That’s all I saw,” the woman said.
The police department said in a news release that the scene is secure and that there is no further danger to the community.
Previous update Tuesday
One woman is dead after a shooting that injured two others outside the Ficosa manufacturing plant in Cookeville on Tuesday morning, the city's mayor confirmed.
The Cookeville Police Department received a call about the shooting, which happened outside of the building, just after 10:35 a.m.
Maj. Carl Sells said two women and one man were shot, according to WSMV.
Mayor Ricky Shelton wrote on Facebook that the female shooter was killed and explained that police are investigating it as "an isolated domestic violence incident."
One victim was flown to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. The other was taken by ambulance to the hospital in Cookeville.
The police department said in a news release that the scene is secure and that there is no danger to the community.
Ficosa opened its Cookeville plant in October 2016, replacing an assembly plant that was in Crossville. This is the company's largest facility in North America. The company manufacturers rear view systems for multiple car models.
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