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A Virginia firefighter incorrectly killed on Thanksgiving while helmet her 5-year-old son from a mist of bullets has been praised for her “last act of love.”
Richmond Fire Department Lt. Ashley Nicole Berry, 33, was during a wrong place during a wrong time when a wandering bullet struck her as she left a home of her boyfriend’s family, Hopewell Police Chief Kamran Afzal told a Richmond Times-Dispatch. He pronounced a unit subsequent doorway was a shooter’s dictated target.
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Police responded during 11:39 p.m. and pronounced they found Berry pang from critical injuries. She was rushed to a sanatorium where she after died.
Lt. Berry was not a shooter’s dictated target, military said.
(Richmond Professional Firefighters Association)
Police and family members have remembered Berry’s drastic final act in a days given her death.
“We trust she was helmet her child,” Afzal told a paper. “That’s what I’d design from [a initial responder]. Firefighters and military officers give adult their lives for other people and don’t even consider twice about it.”
Berry’s father, Waverly Berry, removed revelation his grandson how critical his mother’s scapegoat was.
“[I told him] ‘Your mother’s final act of love, for you, was to pull we down,” he told WTVR-TV. “[She pushed we down] for a reason. The good thing is that God put his covering over you, so that we could still have you.”
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Speaking during a news discussion on Tuesday, her cousin George Berry III pronounced it was Ashley’s “motherly instinct” that let her strengthen her son from a “hail of gunfire.”
“She was a dear mom of 3 and will perpetually be her children’s hero,” he said.
No arrests have been done in a case. It was misleading what attribute a shooter had with a residents of a adjacent apartment.
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Police pronounced their usually lead so distant was a silver or bullion SUV that was speckled speeding divided from a area during a time of a shooting.