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At least 10 people were shot, including four who were killed, during a backyard party at a Fresno home where a group had gathered to watch football, Fresno police said.
Lt. Bill Dooley said the shooting took place about 6 p.m. Sunday on the city’s southeast side. Television video from the scene showed a large police and ambulance response to the neighborhood.
The article goes on to state the following:
Dooley, in a video interview, said family and friends were gathered in the backyard of a home to watch a football game when “unknown suspects” sneaked in and fired into the crowd. The shooter or shooters are believed to have approached the backyard on foot.
The report states that about 35 people had gathered at the home for the NFL watch party, including several children. In the aftermath of the shooting, three men were found dead in the backyard, and a fourth died at the hospital. Six other people were wounded in the shooting, and are undergoing treatment at the hospital.
BREAKING UPDATE: The Fresno Police Department says at least 9 people have been shot and multiple people killed at a home near Peach and Olive.
FPD says family and friends were watching a football game in their back yard when random people came up and started shooting pic.twitter.com/iSN0DbIxlV
— Marie Edinger KMPH (@MarieEdinger) November 18, 2019
Breaking: ATF San Francisco Field Division special agents are responding to shooting in Fresno, CA. pic.twitter.com/WO6PLfGR9D
— ATF San Francisco (@ATFSanFrancisco) November 18, 2019
UPDATE: “What we do know is that this was .. a family and friend gathering in the backyard,” Lt. Bill Dooley of the #Fresno PD said. “Everyone was watching football .. when unknown suspects approached the residence, snuck into the backyard and opened fire” https://t.co/DI0YJUGPuu
— Fresno Bee (@FresnoBee) November 18, 2019
Police say the suspects sneaked into a backyard in southeast Fresno and fired into the crowd.https://t.co/U9FzETrX5v
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 18, 2019
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