It’s a whole new definition of bustling across the street from Fresno State University!

A gang-related gun battle that broke out in northeast Fresno near Fresno State University was interrupted by a police officer who arrived and opened fire.

[The] gunfight resulted in one man being struck several times…

Forget bustle! Guests really had to hustle!

Randal Steinhauer, a guest at University Inn, was inside his room with his 14-month-old daughter when the gunshots rang out.

“I heard gunshots so I grabbed my daughter and went into the bathroom to protect her,” said Steinhauer, 36. “After a little while, like 10 or 15 minutes later, I looked outside and cops were already here.”

Steinhauer said he saw the victim lying between two cars as two officers checked on him. Another man was yelling at the officers, asking them to get an ambulance there, he said.

“It had really been calm here until last night,” Steinhauer said. “This is the first incident and I had been here a couple months now. I like it here, it’s quiet, but now it’s making me and my wife not feel safe here anymore.”

… Another guest of the inn, Debrah Holmes, 55, described the aftermath of the shooting as “chaotic and busy.” She said she and her husband stayed in their room, listening to the gunshots.

“We were upstairs and I heard gunshots,” Holmes said. “So I told my husband to keep your head down.”

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4 Responses to “‘Guests may enjoy the spa and pool and the fine setting of Fresno’s bustling northeast University district.’”

  1. dmf Says:

    time to buy stock in civilian body armor

  2. Margaret Soltan Says:

    dmf: Absolutely. And in underground bunkers, etc.

  3. Stephen Karlson Says:

    And now, is the gang violence coming to a college dorm near you? This morning’s news out of Central Michigan is not good.

  4. dmf Says:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/police-michigan-student-killed-parents-in-university-dorm/ar-BBJMJoH

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