The Long Island office shooting suspect whose body was found in the Hudson River earlier this week shot himself.
Sang Ho Kim, 63, a Fresh Meadows resident, died from drowning, according to Nassau County police. A self-inflicted gunshot wound to the mouth as well as a heart condition contributed to the drowning. A suicide note was not found.
His body was discovered Monday morning near the Bear Mountain Bridge several miles from Cold Springs, Putnam County, where the shooter’s getaway vehicle was found abandoned last week.
Kim walked into Savenergy, an energy efficiency company in East Garden City, on September 25 and shot two employees, killing one, officials said. He then fled in his vehicle.
Savenergy CEO John Choi was seriously injured in the shooting, and employee Zacharia Yong Jae Shin, a 25-year-old Whitestone resident was killed, according to reports.
Authorities said Kim, a vendor working with the business, may have shot the two men over a disgruntlement he had with the company.
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