Former employee opens fire at Orlando office tower - Yahoo! News Former employee opens fire at Orlando office tower AP This video frame grab image taken from WFTV television shows the Legions Place AP – This video frame grab image taken from WFTV television shows the Legions Place office building in downtown … By MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press Writer Mike Schneider, Associated Press Writer – 4 mins ago ORLANDO, Fla. – Officials searched Friday for a gunman who opened fire in a downtown office building where he used to work. At least six people were hurt. People streamed out of the 16-story Legion Place office building around lunchtime and some told local television stations they had barricaded themselves inside their offices. Orlando Fire Department District Chief Michael Droege said an unknown number of people were still in the building and could be injured. He said the SWAT team was trying to pull people out. "The building is not secure now," he said. "It's still unfolding." Orlando police spokeswoman Barbara Jones identified the gunman as Jason Rodriguez, 40, and said he might be in a 2002 silver Nissan SUV with license plate D119UX. She said he used to work at the building but did not say where or when he left. "I would consider him armed and dangerous," Jones said. She said at least five people were taken to a hospital and another had chest pains but did not go to the hospital. Orlando Regional Medical Center said four people were being treated in the emergency department. She confirmed witnesses told police the shooting started at Reynolds Smith & Hill, a transportation engineering consulting firm in the building. "You got a guy going into a business on a Friday where people are trying to make an honest living ..." Jones said. Gerry Gilgo, who works on the floor where the shooting occurred, told The Associated Press she was meeting a co-worker at the elevators for lunch. "She yelled, 'There are gunshots! There are gunshots! Get back in your office,'" Gilgo said. Will Halpern, an attorney works on the building's 17th floor, was among the last group to be evacuated. He said the lobby was filled with about 20 officers in SWAT gear, carrying assault weapons, ready to search. Interstate 4 was closed in both directions through downtown and nearby schools were locked down. Rows of ambulances lined up outside the building as police snipers took up positions around the building and officers on foot and horseback searched the area.