That thing the Left says “Never Happens,” well it happened again in Salt Lake City. Police: Gunman shot, killed by employee in Salt Lake club.
He had been asked to leave the bar earlier, but he apparently was able to get back in.
About 1:30 a.m., one of the patrons at Echo Nightclub, 134 W. Pierpont Ave., “decided to go out, get a gun, and started shooting it throughout the club. At one point, another person that was there, an employee who had his own gun, saw it and shot him,” said Salt Lake Police Lt. Brett Olsen.
No one else was injured, Olsen said.
He was shot once, staggered outside the bar, and was pronounced dead a short time later.
“Thanks to the quick actions by an employee to stop the shooter, our patrons and staff were unharmed. We are cooperating fully with law enforcement to aid in their investigation and will continue our efforts to the best of our abilities to maintain a safe environment for our customers and staff.”
A healthy attitude toward safety.
There is quite a bit of detail in the linked article, including how at least one drunk got arrested for trying to interfere with lifesaving efforts.
I’m sure that some people would say that they “don’t feel safe” if they knew there were armed employees. So the question is, do you want to feel safe, or would you rather actually be safe?