Oh No! American Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay's little Daughter Gets Killed In A Shootout


American Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay's little girl was killed by a stray bullet in a shootout at an eatery.

Trinity Gay, 15, a rising track star passed on in the wake of being shot in the neck at an
eatery in Kentucky in the early hours of Sunday morning, October sixteenth. Tyson Gay, told local news site LEX 18:

"She didn’t make it. I’m so confused. She was just here last week for fall break. It’s so crazy. I have no idea what happened."

The runner told journalists he was close with his little girl, who was emulating her father's example as a rising track star. Police in Lexington, where the lethal shooting happened, said it happened at around 4am 98am.

As per police, a gathering of men in two autos outside of the Cook Out eatery started shooting at each other before dashing off.

It is thought Trinity was an onlooker who was not in the vehicles, portrayed as a Dodge Charger and a dim shaded games auto with tinted windows, when she was shot. Police say they trust they have discovered one of the autos that could be included in this shooting and they are addressing conceivable suspects.

In an announcement police said they are presently exploring the early morning manslaughter.

"She was so innocent, she was so innocent," her mother, Shoshana Boyd, told the Daily News in a tearful interview. "I just want people to stop shooting and realise who they 're hurting. It's just random. They don't understand who they are hurting"

Trinity kept running as a competitor for Lafayette High School, becoming well known locally with accomplishment as a 100m and 200m sprinter.

She said her little girl needed to end up a specialist furthermore would have liked to coordinate the Olympic wonderfulness of her dad.

"I should never have to bury my own child," Boyd said. "She wanted to be the fastest woman in the world, and they took that away from her"

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