Shooting doesn't deter hungry In-N-Out customers
The suspect fled and police cordoned off the area. But for two hours after the shooting, a steady stream of business continued uninterrupted as "a line of cars snaked around the crime scene toward the drive-through window," the Contra Costa Times reported.
The victim was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. The suspect, also in his 20s, fled the Pinole fast food restaurant on foot.
Police told the newspaper they believe it was a targeted attack and that there was no threat to the public. The restaurant stayed open for two hours after the shooting, but eventually closed so authorities could investigate.
-- Kimi Yoshino
Photo: In-N-Out restaurant. Credit: Robert Lachman / Los Angeles Times