March 24, 2023

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Woman dies trying to save dog from gunfire, remembers fiance

The fiancé of one of the five victims The shooter who opened fire in Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina (USA).Last week, the woman revealed on NBC’s “Sunday Today” that she died trying to save her pet dog. Mary Marshall, 35, was a veterinarian and was walking along a path along the Neuse Greenway River in her neighborhood when the shooting began.

According to Robert Steele, the dog escaped in a frenzy. Just then he got a call from the bride.

“Now you must come home,” she said. Immediately, gunshots were heard,” he said. Steele, in the channel’s recording, was shown last Sunday (16).

He remembers realizing Marshall was running after his dog and was shot dead. Robert leaves the house and goes in search of the bride, but he finds only police and detectives occupying the neighborhood.

“They started asking about Mary’s tattoo,” she said before breaking down in tears. “We know. We know she’s gone,” he added.

Mary’s dog was found hours later, Marshall’s older sister Megan McCrickard told NBC News. “Scruff stayed with her all night and never left,” he said.

Shooting in Raleigh

Marshall was one of five people killed the night of Oct. 13 when Austin Thomas, 15, allegedly opened fire in the Hedingham neighborhood near Osprey Cove Drive and Bay Harbor Drive, police said.

He then ran to a nearby trail, where he allegedly shot the marshal, ending the corporation.

On Friday morning, those killed were Nicole Connors, 52; Susan Karnads, 49; Marshall; Raleigh off-duty police officer Gabriel Torres, 29; and the suspect’s older brother, James Thompson, 16.

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Two others, including another police officer, were injured, officials said. The alleged shooter was arrested and taken to a local hospital. But prosecutors say he will be tried as an adult.