A lawyer wounded in an attack at a Phoenix office has died, bringing the toll from this week’s shooting to three, including the gunman.
Mark Hummels, 43, was taken off life support Thursday night, Athia Hardt, a spokeswoman for his law firm told The Los Angeles Times on Friday. Hummels was brain-dead and was an organ donor, said Hardt, who represents the Phoenix law firm Osborn Maledon.
On Wednesday, a gunman attacked Hummels and others after a mediation session to end a lawsuit.
The gunman was identified as Arthur Douglas Harmon, 70, who was found dead early Thursday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.
Harmon had been hired to renovate some office cubicles in a call center operated by Fusion Contact Centers LLC. The parties clashed over money owed for the work.