Appleton Wisconsin Firefighter Shot and Killed Caught on Camera
Officer Paul Christensen and Sgt. Christopher Biese exchanged shots with 47-year-old Ruben Houston (top inset) of Wausau on May 15 outside of Appleton’s downtown transit center. Christensen was wounded, along with a bystander. Both have been released from the hospital. Appleton firefighter Mitchell Lundgaard, 36, was shot and died of his injuries at a hospital (bottom inset).
Houston was shot several times and later died at a hospital. He had been out on bond for drug charges.
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