An appliance repairman who was shot dead last year in Bellingham, Washington, said in a Facebook post that the city has been slow to fix the problem.
A Bellingham resident and the owner of an electric appliance repair shop were killed on April 15, 2017, by a gunman who fired into a group of people outside of the Bellingham Town Center in Bellingcat, Washington.
The owner of the shop, Pauline Anderson, posted a video of her son, Daniel Anderson, trying to help his father in the aftermath of the shooting.
Daniel Anderson said the man who shot him was “crazy.”
The shooter also said, “This is my last call,” and then shot him, Anderson said.
In the video, he tells Daniel Anderson to “shoot the f***ing cops,” and he says he was the one who pulled him out of the parking lot and took him to a hospital.
He then shot Daniel Anderson in the back and said, “‘I’ll pay for this,'” Anderson said in the video.
The Bellingham Police Department said that it was investigating the incident and that the investigation was ongoing.
The shooting happened about a block from the Bellingcats home, and police were not immediately available for comment.
In a Facebook video, Daniel and his father said that they have been “working diligently to repair the damage caused by the shooter.”
They also shared an article about the incident that details their experience working with an electrician.