Fresno man injured after pinned between cars
Suspect intentionally drove car towards workers
Last Updated: 307 days ago
FRESNO, Calif. - A man was seriously injured when he was pinned between two vehicles on Friday in Fresno.
On Feb. 5, the Fresno Sheriff Department said a suspect intentionally drove into a group of PG&E employees Friday afternoon at Marks and McKinley.
Officials said 37-year-old Rayshawn Neely was seriously injured when he was pinned between the suspect vehicle and the PG&E Service Truck.
According to authorities, 54-year-old Jett Simmons McBride of Tacoma, Washington, assaulted a nurse who had come to Neely's aid.
Officials said McBride was then detained by co-workers of McNeely and then arrested by FCSO officers.
According to officials, McBride was reported missing by his wife when he left Washington about two weeks ago.
Officials said McBride faces attempted murder charges.
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