Police in California are looking for two suspects who allegedly shot a Lyft driver early Sunday morning after the driver shot him up, according to a local report.
The Lyft driver had just dropped off a passenger in west-central Fresno at around 3 a.m. KFSN-TV reported, citing police.
The driver reportedly told police officers that they had cash in hand, but instead of reaching for it, he pulled out a gun of his own and shot at the suspects.  HIT AND RUN CRASH INVOLVING BOATS IN CALIFORNIA LEAVES 1 DEAD, 5 HURT, OFFICIALS SAY
Paramedics reportedly rushed him to a nearby hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
"I mean, how sad," Lt. Tim Tietjen with the Fresno Police Department said. To me that's extremely sad and our prayers are with the victim. "[1
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In a statement the spokeswoman, Lauren Alexander, wrote, "What's being reported is terrifying.
Lyft has issued a strict no-weapons policy for both riders and drivers.