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As a mother, who was killed in the Dayton, Ohio, in a mass shooting at the weekend and used the last moments of her life to reach out to her children and their father to get them to let me know that she loved them.
Lois Oglesby, 27, was one of nine people fatally shot when a gunman opened fire outside of Ned Pepper’s Bar, located in the town of Oregon, in the District early Sunday — hours right after the other shooter, in El Paso, Texas, also opened fire, leaving at least 22 people were killed.
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As a nursing student, who had just returned from maternity leave and has worked at a day care center, Oglesby, however, is the father of her children, as the world is unfolded to him, to let him know that she was going to be shot and killed.
“They FaceTimed Me And Said,” Babe, I’ve got running In My Head, I Have to go To My Kids'” Daryl “Dee” Lee wrote on Facebook on Oglesby.
Lee said, after her death, he would not have been able to stop crying.
“Well, if it is as Strong As F— in order for Me To make a Call!! She Let Me Know That They Love Me And Take Care Of These Kids, And I’ve Got You Babe!!!!!!” he was writing in.
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Oglesby’s friend, Derasha Merrett, described the victim to the Dayton Daily News as “a terrific mother, a wonderful person,” who aspired to work with children.
“We grew up as cousins,” Merrett said. “We grew up in the same church on the same drill team as well. They are working with my children in the day care centre. We all grew up in the small town. We are all related to each other. We are all the pain behind.”
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She leaves behind a child and an older daughter, and her best friend.
Governments of the shooter, and Connor Betts, 24. Researchers have found a motive for the Sunday slaughter.