Warehouse Shooting Victim Had New Wife, New Job

Sunday Aguda was killed when a temporary worker opened fire at a Rite Aid warehouse in Hartford County, Maryland

One of the victims killed in a shooting at a Maryland warehouse had a new job and a new wife.

The Baltimore Sun reports that Sunday Aguda had been planning to celebrate his 45th birthday, which was just three days away. But he never made it.

On Thursday, Aguda was on his break outside a Rite Aid warehouse in Harford County when he found himself in the path of the shooter. He and two co-workers were killed and three others were injured.

Police said Snochia Moseley, a temporary worker at the facility, carried out the shootings before killing herself.

Aguda's wife, Aleina Scott, told the newspaper he was "a great husband and father who will be greatly missed."

Aguda was a native Nigerian who had only worked at the facility for three weeks. He and Scott got married in February.

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