Brexialee Torres Death, Obituary – An 11-year-old girl was on her way home from a convenience store with a gallon of milk when she was shot and murdered in a drive-by incident, according to the mayor of Syracuse, which is located in the state of New York. The occurrence took place when she was making her way back home from the store. In a statement that was released in the evening of the shooting on January 16, Mayor Ben Walsh said, “We have a mother up at the hospital right now who just lost her 11-year-old daughter, and you’re going to have a school full of children tomorrow without their classmate because she walked a block up the street to some milk for her family.”
This was said in reference to the mother who had just lost her daughter. The statement was made the same evening when the shooting took place. “Not only is it cruel, but there is no logical explanation for it either.” According to Chief Joe Cecile of the Syracuse Police Department, who discussed the incident with Syracuse.com, the girl was shot just before 7:45 p.m. by a person who, according to the police, was firing bullets at a 19-year-old guy. Cecile spoke about the incident. The police believe that the suspect, who is 19 years old, was the one who was intended to be the victim of the attack.
The article states that the girl’s father was also injured in the incident, and that both the girl and her father were taken to a local hospital after the incident took place. The news source claims that the girl was discovered to have passed away, and it is hoped that the 19-year-old will pull through. Brexialee Torres-Ortiz was the name that the authorities settled on for the young girl in the end, as reported by The New York Times.
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