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Top Fresno news: Woman shot in head; firefighters undergo confined-space rescue training; more

Top Fresno news: Woman shot in head; firefighters undergo confined-space rescue training; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 22, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Fresno.

Vehicle rolls over several times in crash along I-5, driver extricated

One person had to be extricated out of a vehicle on Sunday after rolling over several times in a collision along Interstate 5 in Fresno County. 

Read the full story on KSEE24 News.

Woman shot in head in Downtown Fresno, police looking for suspect

Emergency teams found the woman unresponsive but still alive as they entered the apartment.

Read the full story on Vanessa Vasconcelos ABC30.

FPD reform commission chair: Lethal force scenarios will be reevaluated and cops should be arrested on the spot if police brutality is blatant

Former Fresno police officer and city council member Oliver Baines is coming out of retirement to reform some of the practices by the police department and just as important create a new method of community policing.

Read the full story on KSEE24 News.

Firefighters undergo confined-space rescue training

A group of firefighters from the Central Valley is studying up on techniques that could help save lives. Fresno Fire Captain Justin Moore led a 40-hour specialized instructive course, where firefighters learned how to work in dangerous confined spaces. 

Read the full story on FOX26.

Fresno artists create murals fighting for the Black Lives Matter movement

Dozens of Fresno artists joined together on Saturday afternoon to paint murals outside of the youth organization, Fresno Barrios Unidos. The #LiftEveryVoice mural tour began with a crew of all women muralists creating a piece of art with a Southeast Asian woman, Latina woman, and Breonna Taylor on.

Read the full story on FOX26.


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