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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Danielle Carter is the only survivor of a triple shooting early Thursday morning. Days after the three women were gunned downin front of a home in the 200 block of Sherwood Terrace, Carter is awake and talking.
Kayla Harris, 24, was killed along with her friend Nicole Saylor, 36. Harris’ cousin, Danielle Carter, remains in critical condition.
The women had just left work, and were going to Harris’ home when a gunman ambushed them. They did not make it to the front porch. Saylor was pronounced dead at the scene, Harris died on the way to the hospital, and Carter was rushed to the hospital for treatment.
still feels very, very much like a nightmare, said Tiffany Butler. really hard to grasp. Carter aunt, said she has undergone three surgeries and the family expects she will have several more. Butler said she was shot several times. Her arm and pelvis is shattered, her leg is broken, and bullets went through major organs. One bullet just missed her heart, Butler said.
literally having to rebuild my niece, she said. is not a TV show. She is probably going to be half metal by the time this is over. described her niece as and said she woke up on Saturday, just two days after the shooting.
opened her eyes she saw her parents and she just told them everything, said Butler. “Unfortunately she remembers. We were hoping she wouldn Nobody needs to remember that. parents are the only people allowed to visit her in the hospital right now. Police have her in protective custody. Carter vivid memory of the horrific scene could be the key to getting justice. Police have not released information about a suspect publicly, however Butler said they working diligently behind the scenes to solve the case and protect the only surviving witness.
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