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A 13-year-old girl who was killed by a gunman at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California on Sunday, may have inadvertently saved the other member of the family to live by, to leave in the middle of the picture with a family member, which makes use of a cane, the family said.

Keyla Salazar, 13, was identified late Monday by the Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office, and the third victim, fatally shot a 19-year-old gunman while attending the Gilroy Garlic Festival.


A man in his 20s, with a 6-year-old Salazar was killed when Santino, William Legan, may 19, open, wood at the festival on Sunday for the run of his “the AK-47-type assault rifle” on the responding officers. Legan was fatally shot by a police officer. At least 11 other people were injured.

Keyla Salazar, 13, was one of three people killed when a gunman open fired at an outdoor food festival in northern California over the weekend.

Salazar’s sister, Katiuska Pimentel Vargas, told the Associated Press on Monday that her cousin was eating ice cream with your family members, when they heard gunshots and began to flee. Salazar stayed behind in order to keep up with a family member, which makes use of a cane, and was shot with a bullet that otherwise would have hit the woman, that she was waiting for, Pimentel Vargas said.

Pimentel Vargas told BuzzFeed News that the teenager would have been on the 14th of August. 4, and was going to have to begin with the ninth grade this fall. “I don’t have the words to describe the pain I feel,” she wrote on Facebook Monday with a post in honor of her late cousin.

“We just want to Keyla to be remembered as a person who is beautiful,” Pimentel said. “They really do a lot to a lot of other people. She was fond of animals. She had big dreams and ambitions, and her life was cut short.”

A local dealer in Gilroy started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for Salazar’s parents after her death. Bob Mann, the page’s organizer, said that a South County Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram staff for the festival each year.

“Working together, we can help you with all the heart-breaking loss,” said Mann. The page had raised over $ 22,000 as of Monday evening, nearly half of its $50,000 goal. Your family and friends, the crowdsourcing page on Facebook on Monday, asking for donations.

“You can donate to. She is my friends daughter, and, sadly, lost her life in a senseless act. Please keep her family in your prayers,” Janet Godinez wrote on Facebook.

The Gilroy Police department announced Monday that the commissioned officers, two search warrants associated with both the suspect and the police’s job to investigate what may have caused Legan to carry out the horrific abuse.


The man, in his 20s, who was killed, had been identified as Trevor Irby, 25, a recent graduate of Keuka College in upstate New York. Steven Romero, 6, of San Jose, was also killed in the incident, the coroner’s officer said. The authorities said it was too early in the investigation to determine whether or not the victims of the shooting were the targets of the shooter.

Fox News’ Greg Norman-The Initiative, Talia Kaplan, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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