'EVERYBODY WAS RUNNING' | Families anxious for answers after Aberdeen shooting
BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- Family members of employees at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen were anxiously awaiting word about their loved ones.
Those reunited with employees described a chaotic, terrifying scene inside.
According to family members on scene, the reunification efforts have been complex.
Many people were lined up along the roadway waiting to hear something.
Workers can only use cell phones on break, they have to keep them in their lockers, many family members are not able to reach their loved ones.
One woman who waited anxiously, told FOX45's Kathleen Cairns that her mother has worked at the facility for 10 years. She is getting her mother's answering machine when she calls.
A family reunification center is set up at the Level Volunteer Fire House, 3633 Level Village rd Havre de Grace.
Families can also call the Harford County Information Hotline at 410-838-5800.