“La peor llamada telefónica de mi vida,” Angelica verde, que supo de su hijo de 24 años después de que le dispararan en el abdomen la madrugada del domingo, le dijo al Miami Herald.
“Nos estaba diciendo si le pasaba algo, that he loves us,” Green said. “We said, ‘We love you, también, but you’re gonna survive this.'”
Green said her nephew, 24, was also shot and had “pretty massive wounds.”
“He’s not a statistic,” ella le dijo a CNN, referring to her son. “He’s a graduate from college last year. Asi que, he’s educated. He was going out with his educated cousin to just celebrate the weekend, and they had not made it into the club as of yet.”
Green was among the victims’ relatives who gathered outside Jackson Memorial Hospital following the 12:30 soy. shooting at El Mulla Banquet Hall, where three men jumped out of an SUV and opened fire on the crowd as it left a rap concert.
Another parent, Chad Harris, told reporters outside the hospital that he was waiting for word on his 19-year-old daughter’s condition, he told WSVN-TV.
“Words can’t explain how I feel right now, man,” Harris dijo. “She’s in surgery right now. We’re just praying.”
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