Saturday, February 4, 2023

Florida: Preschool teacher killed after shooting on Interstate 95 in Broward

Ana Estevez, a 23-year-old teacher at a nursery Montessori school in Fort Lauderdale, was shot dead Sunday night while driving on Interstate 95 in Broward County, according to a family friend.

Firefighters took him to Broward Health Medical Center and he was listed in serious condition Wednesday, according to information from the Broward Sheriff’s Office.

“Ana and her boyfriend Michael had traveled to North Carolina and On the way home, a white BMW hit them from the side and before they could stop, Estevez was shot by an unknown person.” wrote Paula Ulreio on a fundraising page for GoFundMe.

The Injured Man Entered The Building From Behind Along With A Woman.
The injured man entered the building from behind along with a woman. – photo: Getty Images / Eyem

Estevez, who was also a student at Florida Atlantic University and cared for both his mother and grandmother, was driving a Nissan Sentra on the southbound side near Broward Boulevard.

Detectives, for their part, published a sketch of the suspect who was in a white BMW. They believe he was also involved in another shooting on I-95 between Atlantic Boulevard and Sample Road.

As of now, the investigation is ongoing and detectives are asking anyone with information on the case to call Broward County Crime Stoppers.

A teacher and her two children were found dead in South Carolina

In other incidents, last September, a South Carolina elementary school teacher and her two young children were found dead in their home, according to authorities.

Horry County Police discover the bodies of a Carolina Forest Elementary School teacher, Laura Moberley, 42, with her son Eric, 11, and daughter Emily, 8, Inside his home during a health check-up after the shots were fired.

When officers arrived, they did not respond and went inside, finding the bodies. All three died of gunshot wounds in the morning, officials said.

Neither the police nor the coroner’s office released any information on who fired the shot.

“HCPD is saddened to acknowledge the death of two young children in a shooting yesterday in a Carolina Forest area. We ask you to be kind to one another; they may not know who has been affected by this tragedy,” the police wrote in a statement.

Moberley has been a teacher at Carolina Forest Elementary School since 2018 and serves as a Reading Loss Interventionist. According to the school district, Emily was a third grade student at Carolina Forest Elementary School, while Eric was a student at Ten Oaks High School.

“We are left speechless to learn of the tragic incident involving an entire family involving Harriet County Schools. We send our strongest prayers to the Moberley family and everyone who knew them. We encourage our community to keep our students and staff in your thoughts and prayers during this incredibly difficult time,” the district wrote in a statement.

As of now, it is known that the Horry County Police Department, Horry County Fire Department, South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement’s Child Deaths Unit, and the South Carolina County Coroner’s Office Horry are still investigating the incident and are in the process of notifying next of kin. working for ,

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