A downtown Fresno business took its employees through an “active shooter” training drill Friday in the wake of the shooting rampage in April that left three men dead.
Four Cs Construction asked a security consulting firm to provide its employees with training on how to respond to a person armed with a weapon. The two-week course culminated Friday afternoon with a mock shooter scenario that involved the employees.
Paul Llanez, of the consulting firm Knowledge Saves Lives, said a manager at the company at 1560 H St. was eating lunch in his car when he saw shooting suspect Kori Muhammad allegedly go on the rampage, Llanez said. That spurred the company to seek out the training.
Llanez said other downtown companies have also expressed interest since the shooting incident.
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Muhammad was arrested for allegedly shooting three men to death because they were white. He remains in County Jail.