Tuesday , June 25 2024

Brianna Ramirez Recovering, Suspects Still On The Streets

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Brianna Ramirez turned 16 last week and instead of celebrating her birthday, she’s been at CRMC recovering from a gunshot wound. Her relatives say she is now breathing on her own and can even sit up but she still cant speak clearly and has a long road to recovery.<br /><br /> Brianna’s cousin Demetrius Villasana said she woke up and said &quot;Can I play tomorrow? We have a game against Central, and we didn’t have the heart to tell her life passed and it’s really heartbreaking to hear.&quot;<br /><br /> Brianna has been in a hospital bed since last Thursday after being shot in the eye by a stray bullet on her way home in Parlier. She’s lost her right eye and was recently taken out of a medically induced coma.<br /><br /> Wednesday hundreds of students at Sanger High School sent a message loud and clear to show their love and support for Brianna. Sanger High School stands with Bri.<br /><br /> The tight knit community of Parlier and Sanger was rocked by what Sheriff Margaret Mims calls a senseless crime, an innocent girl caught in the crossfire of bullets. At a press conference she said &quot;Brianna could be anybody’s 16 yr old daughter, cousin, sister and she represents every 16 yr old in Fresno County.&quot;<br /><br /> Law enforcement officials and Parlier city leaders want everyone to know they will help bring justice for Brianna. Up to 20 deputies are working on the case and a $9,000 reward is now being offered for any information leading to an arrest.<br /><br /> Friends and family say although Brianna is shy and calm, her passion for softball always showed, and they want her to know things aren’t the same without her and they can’t wait to have her back.<br /><br /> A go fund me account has been set up to help the family pay for medical expenses. Anyone with suspect information is urged to call 559-498-stop<br /><br /><br /><br /></div>

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