An American restaurant employee wants to stop a robber. He killed a colleague with his missed shot. It turns out: she is the accomplice of the offender.
- Robbery at a burger shop in Wisconsin (USA) ends in the death of an employee.
- When a robber enters a restaurant, a coworker pulls out his pistol and pulls the trigger.
- However, instead of the culprit, he catches the 16-year-old employee.
A gunman strikes a drive-in counter Restaurants. The shooting took place and 16-year-old cashier Nisha Harris-Brazil was killed. Surveillance pictures show what actually happened.
Derrick Ellis, an accomplice of the dead woman, pulled out a pistol after the robbery. The 34-year-old starts firing at the robber. Ellis missed his target – he attacked his co-worker.
After the rescue attempt failed, he panicked and picked up two handguns from the ground. And runs – like a robber – away.
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