Perugia employees killed remembered for Women's Day

Staffers were 'innocent victims' says regional president

Perugia employees killed remembered for Women's Day

Perugia, March 8 - Two women killed by a gunman in the Umbria regional government offices on Wednesday were remembered in their hometown of Perugia on Friday, International Women's Day, as "able women and innocent victims," the regional president said on Friday. Daniela Crispotti, 46, a temporary employee, and Margherita Peccati, 61, who was approaching retirement, were shot dead by small businessman Andrea Zampi, who flung papers onto the women's desks before shooting them with a semi-automatic weapon. He then turned the gun on himself and committed suicide. Umbria President Catiuscia Marini said that "today is a day of pain and remembrance. They were both professional, cordial and helpful women whom we are proud to have known".

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