Atlanta, Georgia.- 7-month-old baby girl Aliyah Fuentes Amantedied last week when a gunman entered his family’s clothing business Guanajuato Started firing against the people present. A bullet hit the child in the head.
The incident took place in the city on June 13. Salvatiara, Guanajuato. The child travels with his mother, Cruz Amante, and his grandmother, who travel to Mexico twice a year to sell clothes purchased in the United States.
“She was always the happiest angel and never wanted to be left alone. She brought us happiness and many memories that are unforgettable, she will live in our hearts forever.”
The family lives in Gainesville, where the youngest was born. This week they will return home to bury Aliyah as her family in Mexico bid her goodbye.
In seconds of terror of armed attack Guanajuato
Aliyah’s grandmother Marcela Lyon tells Jenser Morales about the seconds of terror she experienced. Attack Facebook Live. happened during a broadcast on In which he promoted his products for sale.
“I only remember one explosion that happened very close to my head. On hearing the sound of that explosion, we all fell on the ground and started shouting. I only held my head because I thought we were all going to die that day,” Aaliyah’s grandmother Marcela Lyon told Jenser Morales.
“We realized the child was very sick”…the child was bleeding very, very much. We were all in shock and didn’t know what to do,” said Leon. “The baby was still alive, she was crying on the way, but she stopped crying shortly before she arrived. It started to lose its colour,” Marcella said.
Aaliyah’s family now asks that American justice intervene in the investigation because They fear that the matter will go unresolved.
It was announced that they are looking for one of the suspects in the death of the child. The man nicknamed “El Patas”.
Univision 34 Atlanta contacted murder investigation bureau salvatieraTo request information on how the investigation is progressing, the Guanajuato State Prosecutor’s Office is linked. However, even after five hours of effort, no response could be received from the government.
Alia will be buried at Memorial Park. of the city of Gainesville this Thursday.