A 15-year-old boy was shot dead in a mobile home neighborhood in the Little River area on Wednesday, and although they tried to drive him to hospital, he didn’t get very far because firefighters transported him even though it was too late to save the miner.

At approximately 4:37 p.m. on Wednesday, authorities received reports of a shooting inside a mobile home park where a minor was found injured.

Miami-Dade Police Department spokesman Angel Rodriguez said “the young man was transported in a vehicle to the exit of the complex when he was found by members of the City Fire Department. city ​​of Miami”.

The car they attempted to transport the victim in was a dark colored Honda which was left at the scene. From there, paramedics took the victim to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, but it was too late.

“Despite the best efforts of the medical team, this young man did not survive and ended up dying in the hospital from his injuries,” said Detective Ángel Rodríguez, spokesman for the Miami Police Department. -Dad.

Police have identified the victim as a black minor but it is not yet known if he lived in the neighborhood at 8050 Miami Court in northwest Miami-Dade where he was allegedly shot.

“The young man was shot in the upper torso (…) we know from the investigation that it was not self-inflicted but we do not know what the motive is, what is the reason for which this happened,” Miami-Dade police said.

Many community residents who witnessed the hours-long inquest also question the cause of the shooting. It is only known that the people who were in the Honda car are cooperating, but the police, who are still on the trail of the alleged perpetrator.

“There are no words to describe how a parent can feel when they recognize that their 15-year-old son will not be coming home tonight, so it is important that we as a community provide the information and clues needed to be able to bring some peace to this family,” concluded Detective Ángel Rodríguez, spokesman for the Miami-Dade Police Department.

Nothing is known about the person responsible, but police have confirmed they are looking for a suspect. For the moment they do not identify the minor while waiting to notify his family.

If you have information about this case, you can contact the Miami-Dade Crime Stop Line at 305-471-8477.

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