Highland Park parade shooting victim’s daughters call for assault weapon ban

Highland Park parade shooting victim’s daughters call for assault weapon ban

HIGHLAND PARK, Sick. (TOC) — Highland Park, and he was not the one member of the Uvaldo household shot that day.

The daughters of 69-year-old Uvaldo mentioned seeing their father’s image on the memorial in downtown Highland Park is simply insufferable.

For the previous week, they have been attempting to grapple with the lack of their beloved father, particularly as this deeply private and tragic loss has been thrust into the nationwide highlight.

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“Excited about all of the years we might’ve nonetheless had left with him you already know,” mentioned his daughter, Tanya Castero. “Who’s to say he could not have made it to 100, you already know? And he was simply taken.”

Uvaldo was shot at the back of the top and spent 24 hours on life help earlier than he handed.

“Him leaving us, we did not get our possibilities,” mentioned Nubia Hogan, his daughter. “We did type of get to say goodbye, however…”

“Not how we’d have achieved it,” Castero added. “If it will’ve been every other manner.”

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A family-oriented man, his daughters mentioned he beloved his 4 kids, 13 grandchildren and 6 nice grandchildren. Taking the children to the parade was a yearly custom.

“It is my dad’s favourite vacation,” Hogan mentioned.

Hogan and Castero had been each there that day. Their household dispersed when photographs had been fired of their course.

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“I did not know the place anyone was,” Castero mentioned. “It was simply me and my son. In order that was type of exhausting not realizing. I did not know the place her husband was, I did not know the place my husband was. I do not know the place my dad was.”

They later came upon, Hogan’s husband was with their father.

“He is like, your dad’s been shot, your dad’s been shot,” Hogan mentioned. “However I assumed, he’ll be OK. You recognize, you’ve that religion that he’ll be OK.”

Uvaldo’s household mentioned his reminiscence and legacy will dwell on, however the group will endlessly be affected.

“These weapons do not belong on the streets. They’re for navy, they’re for police. They should ban them, that is what I need.”

Uvaldo’s spouse of fifty years and his 13-year-old grandson had been additionally shot that day on the parade. They’re each residence now, doing effectively and recovering.

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