A hunting trip After celebrating Thanksgiving ended in tragedy, when a man accidentally shot his 11-year-old daughter. The events occurred last Saturday, November 27, when a family from eastern Texas, United States, went out to a wooded area of the state, local media reported.
The father accidentally shot with a high powered rifle to your daughter Daisy Grace Lynn George, who was badly injured. Witnesses immediately called 911 to request the support of emergency services, so police and paramedics arrived at the scene, located between Young and Hickey Texas highways.
There they found the 11-year-old girl with a life threatening gunshot wound and for this reason they requested to transfer her in a medical helicopter as soon as possible, however, the media indicate that it could not arrive because the weather conditions were bad.
So Daisy was rushed to the Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center, Longview, about 20 kilometers from the forest where the accident occurred, however, he lost his life due to the severity of his injuries. Local authorities have already started an investigation but so far It is not known if the girl’s father has any charges against for the accidental death of his little daughter.
They pay tributes to Daisy
The police of the Harrison County he regretted the events and extended his condolences to the family of the 11-year-old girl. “Every young person loses his life, it is tragic for everyone involved,” a statement read.
The young victim was studying sixth grade at the Hallsville Junior High School of Texas. When news of his unfortunate death became known, school authorities asked staff and students to come to class this Monday dressed in purple, Daisy Grace’s favorite color.
Meanwhile, his family opened a page of fundraising on GoFundMe, to help pay for the funeral expenses. There, a woman identified as Deborah George described the little girl as a person who always strove to lift the spirits of others and who loved adventure and the great outdoors.
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