ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - There were a lot of people caught in the crossfire of Saturday’s shooting. Some of them work at A to Z Tire Co. near the corner of Broadway and Avenida Cesar Chavez.
One employee said it's a day he'll never forget.
“Saturdays are slow around here so I figured it's just another Saturday. It turned out to be one of the more interesting ones,” A to Z Tire Co. employee Carlos Correa said.
Correa remembers seeing something in the hands of the suspect across the street at a bus stop, but he says he couldn't really tell what Christopher Chase was holding.
When APD arrived, Correa says gunshots started flying. One of those gunshots hit the tire shop's sign just off Broadway--something he discovered just this morning.
As the gunshots rang out Correa ran for cover and told his coworkers to do the same.
“Get down, get back in the shop because there's concrete, tires, you can hide behind all that," Correa said.
APD still has no idea how many shots were fired or how many buildings or vehicles were hit.
APD is asking anyone with damage to call them.
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