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Family members are remembering the 19-year-old man who was shot and killed outside a Cheddar's restaurant in Pleasant Prairie Monday evening as a good kid, a proud uncle and brother.
Khaled Alchaar's brother Abdul Alchaar said he was one of the first people on scene after receiving a phone call from his brother saying he had been shot.
"We were running around the parking lot trying to look for him," he told WISN 12 News.
Abdul Alchaar's wife, Paulina Rios, is a semester away from a nursing degree and said she performed chest compressions and CPR before first responders rushed Khaled Alchaar to a local hospital.
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"He was moaning," she said. "I could tell he was in pain. He was still breathing normally. He said, ‘It hurts.’ Those were his last words. 'It hurts.'"
Chaos ensued in the moments after as police were unsure where the shooter was or if other people were potential targets.
Family members said they wished more attention would have been given to their brother.
"I kept trying to ask how long for the ambulance," Abdul Alchaar said. "They said, 'They’re on their way. 'They’re on their way.'"
Many questions still remain as police still search for the shooter.
Family members said Khaled Alchaar sometimes sold items online such as shoes and even vehicles but have no idea whether that may be connected to the shooting.
"Good-hearted kid," Abdul Alchaar said. "He was going to college. He had a bright future. Since he was growing up. we said this one is different."
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