The death toll for the Accent Signage workplace shooting has grown to six as of Wednesday night, the Star Tribune reported.
Eric Rivers was critically wounded in the shooting on Sept. 27. After being in Hennepin County Medical Center for two weeks, Rivers was removed from life support Wednesday night, the Pioneer Press reported.
Rivers' wife wrote on his CaringBridge website that the damage to his brain "is severe and something that no one can recover from," the Pioneer Press reported.
Rivers was shot by Andrew Engeldinger, 46, who was disgruntled after being fired from the company, according to the Star Tribune.
Two other victims of the shooting have survived.