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Crime 'My boys need a daddy': Wife of wounded Orlando officer asks community for prayers

23:16  13 june  2018
23:16  13 june  2018 Source:   wesh.com

The Latest: Chief urges gunman holding kids to surrender

  The Latest: Chief urges gunman holding kids to surrender The police chief of Orlando, Florida, is urging a gunman who shot a police officer to release four children he is holding hostage and peacefully end a standoff that has lasted more than 12 hours. Orlando Police Chief John Mina said Monday afternoon that police negotiators have been in communication with suspect Gary Lindsey five times since the standoff at an apartment started around midnight Sunday.3:20 p.m.

Need an Account? The officer was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where he underwent surgery and was expected to survive. The police chief asked the community for prayers for the officer and his family. Valencia's wife , Meghan, said that her husband is a fighter and she asked for

' My boys need a daddy ': Wife of wounded Orlando officer asks community for prayers . The standoff also disrupted the routines of residents who lived in neighboring apartment communities . About five blocks from the apartment, two police squad cars blocked the entrance to the street.

a man smiling for the camera© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. The wife of an Orlando police officer who was shot and wounded earlier this week asked the community for prayers and asked her husband to keep fighting during a news conference Wednesday afternoon.

Kevin Valencia, who is in his late 20s, was responding to the Westwood Apartments late Sunday after a woman said her boyfriend had beaten her. As Valencia and other officers approached, there was an exchange of gunfire and Valencia was shot in the head.

Valencia was rushed to Orlando Regional Medical Center in critical condition and remains in intensive care. A doctor said Wednesday that he is in a coma and has a long road to recovery ahead of him.

Orlando officer shot in deadly standoff is fighting for his life, wife says

  Orlando officer shot in deadly standoff is fighting for his life, wife says Officer Kevin Valencia was critically injured during a standoff that left four children dead. "My boys need their daddy and I need my husband," his wife says.Load Error

The wife of an Orlando police officer who was shot and wounded earlier this week asked the community for prayers and asked her husband to keep fighting during a news conference Wednesday afternoon. Kevin Valencia, who is in his late 20s, was responding to the Westwood

The wife of an Orlando police officer who is fighting for his life asked for prayers for her husband. Meghan Valencia breaks down at a news conference as she asked for prayers for her husband "I just asked that everybody prays for him because he needs it. He needs all the support that he can

Valencia's wife, Meghan, said that her husband is a fighter and she asked for prayers.

Sobbing as she talked about her husband, Meghan Valencia said they were childhood sweethearts and had two sons.

“He did everything he possibly could to protect everybody,” Meghan Valencia said.

Meghan Valencia described being woken up in the middle of the night by officers who told her that her husband had been shot trying to save four kids.

“My boys need a daddy, I need my husband, and this community needs a real hero,” she said.

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Meghan Valencia expressed sorrow for the killing of the four children by Gary Lindsey, who holed up with the children in a 21-hour standoff that ended late Monday.

The children, ranging in age from 1 to 12, belonged to Lindsey and his girlfriend.

911 calls capture the panic and confusion of Las Vegas shooting: 'I don't know what to do' .
LAS VEGAS - The voices are sobbing at times. Panicked. Fearful. A dispatcher tries to calm one caller down. "Hello? Are you at the Route 91?" the dispatcher asks. "I'm going for my boyfriend who is at Route 91," the woman says. "He's hiding inside of a cooler." "OK, you tell him to stay hunkered down. We don't have this thing contained yet and we need to get everyone - just tell him to stay put, OK?" the dispatcher responds.That 911 call came in at 10:25 p.m.

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