“I can’t live without her,” says the mother of the young Cuban who was murdered in Miami two years after the crime.

Two years after Cuban Melissa Gonzalez was killed while driving on I-95 in Miami, authorities have not yet resolved the case, and the young woman’s family is gathering at a church in Spain to celebrate the anniversary.

He said, “I can’t live without it.” 10 local news The victim’s mother, Sheila Nunez, before leaving for Madrid.

A recent Florida International University graduate and aspiring attorney, Gonzalez was just 22 years old on January 3, 2020, when a bullet pierced the car she was driving, fatally wounding her. She was in the car with her boyfriend. So far, the police have not found the responsible person.

Officers believe the young woman was hit by a stray bullet from a gunshot wound along 83rd NW, parallel to I-95. “We were able to get surveillance images from nearby companies showing a car and some people fleeing from the area where the shots originated,” Detective Juan Segovia said.

The victim’s family asks witnesses and members of the community They recognize a suspicious person Or the car that appeared in the surveillance footage. “I appreciate any help, any information,” said the mother.

Julián Véliz, Melissa’s friend, previously expressed that he never thought that at his age, he would have to go through something like this. Hearing the shots, the young man looked up and saw that his partner was injured and had to quickly maneuver the vehicle to stop it.

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