residents of the Saint-Bruno district worried three days after a new shooting, to be seen again in the JT of France 3 Alpes

Three days after the shooting that broke out in the heart of the Saint-Bruno district in Grenoble, residents remain worried and fear for their safety. Fabienne Lewandowski, departmental director of public security for Isère, was the guest of 19/20 from France 3 Alpes.

Saturday October 1, around 11:30 a.m., four hooded individuals opened fire on the walls of a bar located in the heart of the Saint-Bruno district, in Grenoble. Disturbing facts followed by a chase with the police.

Chased by the police, one of them was arrested, injured in the shoulder by a police shot. His vital prognosis is not engaged. The other three people managed to escape.

No other individual was injured. But, three days after the events, concern and incomprehension won over the residents of the district. Especially since this shooting follows other similar events in Grenoble. Last July, for example, shots were fired at Place Hoche, near the city center, killing one person.

The departmental director of public security (DDSP) of Isère, Fabienne Lewandowski, is the guest of the 19/20 of France 3 Alpes and will discuss these recent shootings and their consequences.

To see or see again in the 19/20 of France 3 Alpes on Tuesday October 4th. And in the rest of the news:

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