New Haven – Shooting Victim Has Died
A victim of last Monday’s shooting incident in New Haven has died.
Two motorists were in a parking lot at 75 Whalley Avenue when they were shot at by still-unidentified assailants. They managed to leave the area but eventually crashed on Broadway. One of the victims, 24-year-old Nathaniel Henry, died Wednesday due to the severity of his injuries. Authorities have now tagged this as a homicide and continue to ask witnesses and anyone with relevant info to contact them as soon as possible.
As this case clearly shows, reckless or negligent behavior can result in people getting injured or worse. The safety of our various communities will depend on how quickly these suspects can be located and apprehended, so anyone who can contribute to these investigations should do so. These things said, aggrieved parties are advised to seek legal guidance. Dealing with these tragic events is challenging enough; victims or their families have to be informed of any avenue they can explore to cope and find closure.
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