Wife of West Tennessee man killed in Las Vegas attack speaks out

Wife of West Tennessee man killed in Las Vegas attack speaks out

Wife of West Tennessee man killed in Las Vegas attack speaks out

Kilee Wells Sanders said: " Everyone who met him, loved him.Please pray for his parents and siblings at this time.

We loved being together and people felt how much we loved each other and I will carry that with me forever. One drove to the hospital, while the other helped Heather Melton administer CPR to her husband. "He might live [with] the bullet for rest of his life", she added.

"He saved me before even this incident. he taught me what real love was". They'd only been married a year. The hockey team posted a message on its Twitter page asking for help finding the South High School and University of Arizona graduate. In a heartbreaking Facebook post Mr Mackinnon told how he "died in my arms".

Joseph Lambourne told CTV News Winnipeg that his wife, Jan Lambourne, made the trip south for the festival with her friend, Jody Ansell.

The force said the 33-year-old had been with the department for 10 years and "will be greatly missed".

"My love and heartfelt sympathy to Sonny's beloved family".

She described her husband as a warm-hearted caring person who could light up a room with his "infectious" smile. Roybal was a Navy war veteran who served in Afghanistan.

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Mother of four, Jessica Klymchuk, Adrian Murfitt, 35, John Phippen, Rhonda LeRocque, Dana Gardner, Bailey Schweitzer, Angie Gomez, school secretary Lisa Romero, and Charleston Hartfield were also victims. He'd been looking forward to the trip to Vegas with his friends. "I say this so that I don't loose sight of the fact that there also good people everywhere". "His whole life was always around hockey", she said.

"I went into the trauma room and he had already passed, I kissed him and hugged him". She worked for the district for 16 years. She held his hand until he passed away.

Several members of Southern California's law enforcement and firefighting crews were wounded by gunfire in Sunday night's mass shooting during an open-air concert in Las Vegas, and at least one lost her life.

'When we realized it was gunshots going off and not fireworks like everyone thought, I said let's get down and he said, "No, we'll get trampled. Knowing that she had passed". She leaves behind three sons.

Heather said when Sonny died, "I lost half my heart". "If you are struggling to understand this event or other types of losses, HCMC has staff available at Lake Haven Behavioral Center. And but you are so happy for the life that she had".

A more detailed picture is beginning to emerge from the chaos and devastation of Sunday's country music concert on the Las Vegas Strip that became the worst mass shooting in modern USA history.

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