Memorial of 8-month-old killed in car crash vandalized

Memorial of 8-month-old killed in car crash vandalized


new at 10 tonight they lost their infant son more than a year and a half ago in a car accident tonight they say the memorial for their son was vandalized over the weekend used for two songs Erik Fink live on the south side with the story for us Erik John Gabriel Torres Shelby was just shy at eight months old when he was killed in April of last year in a car crash here at Mission and Irvington and tonight his parents say they are upset and at a loss as his memorial here hit by vandals assist an awful feeling inside Angel Shelby says he’s frustrated and angry because we don’t have our son here and tomorrow that we do have for him you know it gets destroyed this father says early Saturday morning this memorial for his infant son who was killed in a crash at this Southside intersection was vandalized a fence destroyed this cross with Gabriel’s picture damaged they went to my son’s banner and tried stabbing something through his name I had fence all around here all along this memorial that got all damaged it just made a big old mess of things but it’s alright because we’re gonna clean it up Gabriel and his dad we’re writing in a car on this road in April of last year when according to Angel a driver in another car slammed into them at 95 miles an hour devastated but they can’t take what was already taken angel says after seeing this he has a plan tomorrow I’m gonna start building everything again but that determination to build again doesn’t come close to easing the pain it’s couple fields this needs to stop this needs to end we don’t have our Sun already we don’t have our Sun here people make it worse when they come over here and they do this to his memorial and we’re back out here live tonight angel says he comes here every single day and he says once he rebuilds he will start coming here every night in the middle of the night to make sure this memorial remains intact we are live on the south side this evening I’m Eric think news for Tucson

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