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A guy outside of Buffalo, n.y., coached a youth soccer game where the police officers had been posted — and a short time later and was shot and killed trying to break up a fight in the area of the field, according to the police report.
Norzell “Nore” Aldridge, 36, of Cheektowaga, new york, new york, the dispute was about to defuse the situation, and it was shot down, the Buffalo News reported on Sunday.
“He was an innocent victim,” Darius G. Pridgen, a Buffalo, elected official, told the newspaper. “He’s put himself in danger to protect other young people.”
The paper reports that the fight involved two teenage boys-and it had nothing to do with the game. Local media reported that one of the people involved in the fight, it was a 20-year-old man who was shot. The doctors treated him and released him from the hospital.
The shooting took place in the vicinity of the Harvey Austin School in Buffalo, N. Y.
(Buffalo School District)
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Aldridge headed to the Beast Elite Ducks in a peewee football team of 9-and 10-year-olds.
Games are played behind the Harvey Austin School in Buffalo, where the shooting unfolded on Saturday night, the News reported.
A few of the children, parents, and other coaches were still around, and if Aldridge was shot down, the paper added.
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She heard the gunfire, but not see what had happened, the paper reported.
The Buffalo Police Department Capt. Jeff Rinaldo, told WIVB-TV that the police are on duty, had been assigned to the field, and that there were, at the time of the shooting.
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“Our officers heard the shots as they were fired,” he said.
“They have been carried out in the direction of the shots, but in the ensuing chaos, they were not in a position to locate a suspect at this time.”