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Rainbow CEO defends firing of store manager stabbed in chest

Scott Ostrum says he's been suffering from anxiety and post-traumatic stress after an irate customer stabbed him the chest. He also says he requested a transfer away from the Rainbow Foods store in Midway in St. Paul but higher-ups denied it. The CEO of Roundy's says Ostrum never told supervisors that he was struggling after the attack and that he turned down counseling and time off.
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Scott Ostrum says he's been suffering from anxiety and post-traumatic stress after an irate customer stabbed him the chest. He also says he requested a transfer away from the Rainbow Foods store in Midway in St. Paul but higher-ups denied it. The CEO of Roundy's says Ostrum never told supervisors that he was struggling after the attack and that he turned down counseling and time off.

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