HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) -- A man gunned down a worker and a shopper Wednesday night inside an Indiana grocery store.
Incidents like this are raising concerns and leading local business owners to review their policies on allowing weapons into their stores.
Frank Tamberrino, the president of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, said he thinks Wednesday's shooting will cause many businesses to reevaluate their emergency policies.
"I think again it makes more of the retail community and business community a little bit more vigilant in terms of keeping an eye on things when something like this happens, maybe doing some more employee retraining," said Tamberrino.
He also thinks stores should regularly review their emergency policies with their employees in case a similar incident happens.
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