A woman just suspended from her job and escorted from a Kraft Foods plant in Philadelphia, Pa., returned with a handgun and opened fire September 9, killing two people and critically injuring a third, police said. The 43-year-old shooter was taken into custody inside the plant of the nation’s largest food manufacturer, whose products include Oreo cookies, Philadelphia cream cheese and Oscar Mayer bacon, an official said. The woman had returned to the building in a car 10 minutes after being escorted out and passed through a barrier before re-entering the building, he said. Before being apprehended, she fired a shot at police officers. As she walked inside, she fired a shot at an employee who had followed her in and had yelled, “Hide, she’s got a gun,” he said. That shot missed. The woman then shot the three victims, said police, who did not immediately know the victims’ identities or whether they had been targeted. Officers responded and isolated the shooter in a room, and she fired a shot at them but missed. Officers freed seven people who were “in a bad position” near the woman and were hiding. The woman locked herself in an office in the building on the 1200 block of Roosevelt Blvd. and shot at authorities, making it hard to get to the victims.