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A trip to the spa that ended in death. These are some of the victims of the Atlanta-area shootings




“I’m not quite sure what to do. I’m trying to calm down,” Yoseline said Affiliated with CNN WGCL, wiping away the tears.
Hernandez-Ortiz was shot in the forehead and the bullet traveled to his lungs and stomach, said his wife Flora González Gómez GoFundMe. He is now in the intensive care unit.

When her family called, doctors told them she was very lucky to have survived, Yoseline said. “He’s a good father,” he said. “I don’t want him to go.”

Delaina Yaun was going to do a couple massage with her husband after working at Young’s Asian Massage when the alleged gunman entered the Acworth spa. Her husband left safely, but was fatally shot, according to one GoFundMe page.

Her husband, two children, mother and siblings are heartbroken and “no one can do anything to help with the pain,” the GoFundMe page said.

Elcias Hernandez-Ortiz.

On Wednesday, the South Korean Foreign Ministry said four were of Korean ethnicity and Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong expressed his condolences.

“Our government is closely monitoring the situation, maintaining a deep interest in the safety of our compatriots abroad,” Chung said at a news conference. “We also express our condolences to American citizens.”

Activist groups, community members and officials said the attacks increased fears among Asians in the US following the increase in hate incidents stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic.

“It’s hard to ignore the fact that many of the victims were Asian, all the victims in Atlanta were Asian, in fact, and that he went to these Asian massage parlors,” Keisha Lance Bottoms told Germany on Wednesday. mayoress of Atlanta.

“Regardless of motivation, given the concerns the community already has in light of all the attacks we’ve seen, especially against Asian and elderly women, I think this reminds us that we need to do everything we can to protect the most vulnerable among us, “Georgia State Representative Sam Park told CNN.

Jessica Lang pauses and puts her hand on the door in a moment of pain after leaving flowers with her daughter Summer in the Asian massage parlor in Youngs, where four people died.

Flowers lined the three Atlanta sites Wednesday as the murdered victims were remembered. It took Jessica Lang a moment to get her hand on Youngs ’door in Acworth after leaving flowers with her daughter.

Drawings and photographs of parents and children hinted at the grief of families as they mourned parents, siblings, spouses and children.

Delania Ashley Yaun.

Deputies found four people shot there shortly before 5pm on Tuesday afternoon. Two of the victims were pronounced dead at the scene and two died at a hospital.

The victims were Yaun, 33, of Acworth; Paul Andre Michels, 54, of Atlanta; Xiaojie Yan, 49, of Kennesaw; and Daoyou Feng, 44.

About an hour later and 30 miles away, Atlanta police responded to what was described as a robbery at the Gold Massage Spa on Piedmont Road in Atlanta. Police said they found three people dead.

While there, police received another shooting call on Aroma Therapy Spa Street, where they found a dead person, Bryant said.

Authorities, who want to contact the closest relatives, have not identified the other victims.

Long was arrested 150 miles south of the city and Bottoms said he was heading to Florida “perhaps to carry out additional shootings.”

“There is very likely to have been more casualties,” Bottoms said at a news conference at Atlanta police headquarters.