Colorado State University student Savannah McNealy was wrapping up a night of birthday celebrations when she and others were gunned down outside a Fort Collins, Colorado, condominium complex Thursday. With them were Air Force veterans Tristian Kemp and Michael Zamora.
Investigators say that suspect Staff Sgt. Michael Zamora was out partying with the two people he murdered in Colorado hours before the attack.
The three people shot early Thursday morning near Colorado State University were ambushed by a man after they were dropped off by a ride-share service, Fort Collins Police Chief Terry Jones said.
Campus police alerted students about the shooting and warned them to stay inside. Three people were killed and one was wounded.
Zamora did not go with the other three when they used a Lyft auto around 2 a.m.to get back to an apartment building a quarter-mile west of the Colorado State campus.
Zamora, a Fort Collins native, was stationed at F.E. Warren Air Force Base near Cheyenne, 40 miles to the north.
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The other woman in the vehicle was transported to Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland for treatment of her injuries, and she is expected to survive, police say. She would have graduated in December. He had served in the Air Force for more than 8 years.
Savannah McNealy, 22, and Tristian Kemp, 26. The name of the suspected shooter has not yet been released to the public.
Police found two rifles and a handgun registered to Zamora at the scene, according to the Coloradoan.
McNealy was an arts major at CSU, and a member of the student media graphic design team.
Friends and colleagues have organized a vigil in her honor at 4 p.m. tomorrow near the Ram Walk on Meridian Drive between Hughes Way and Pitkin Street.
Editor's note: This message was sent to the entire Colorado State University community on October 19, 2017.