Parents of a 17-year-old central Jersey teen are mourning the death of a stray bullet that killed the Honor roll student. The teen was killed after he went out an emergency hatch on a party bus headed to a sweet sixteen party. McKivor, an off-duty emergency medical technician, was one of the first responders on the scene and tried to console the mother of one of the girls.
The death of 17-year-old Irving Mayren-Guzman has shocked the midget car racing community in New Jersey, where his disappearance last Sunday was reported as suspicious. The boy was last seen walking out of his home on Carmerville Road in Wall around 3:45 p.m. His vehicle was discovered at an access point at Allaire State Park. However, his body was discovered around 9:30 a.m. Monday, and the family is mourning his death. Police have not yet identified or arranged the body’s burial.
Cuadra, who was a fan of the Paterson Midget Race, was killed by a stray bullet as he walked to his grandmother’s home. He was a victim of the crossfire between two men shooting across the street. A bullet struck Cuadra in the head and he died at the scene. His grandmother was not hurt in the shooting. The midget racer’s grandmother was not injured.
Robert Cuadra was a college-bound honor-roll student when he was killed by a stray bullet. The incident occurred in Paterson, New Jersey. He was helping his grandmother carry groceries when he was shot. Cuadra, who went by the nickname Gordo, was a bright student. He had earned a four-year scholarship to Montclair State University. He loved boxing and music. His parents had asked him to stop playing basketball, but he refused.
A solitary bullet struck Robert Cuadra, an honor roll student, as he was helping his grandmother carry groceries. He was an excellent student, loved boxing, and was learning how to play the guitar. His death is the second homicide in Paterson this year. On Wednesday, another woman was shot by a stray bullet in her Paterson home. Her son, an honor-roll student, was not the intended target. Despite the tragic circumstances, Gov. Phil Murphy has pledged millions of dollars to law enforcement and community organizations in order to better protect New Jersey communities.
He went out of an emergency hatch on a party bus
The bus was carrying 65 teenagers to a Sweet 16 celebration when it went under an underpass near the George Washington Bridge. The teen’s blood soaked several passengers, and law enforcement says the teen had suffered traumatic head injuries. The bus’s security guard told the passengers not to open the hatch. The teen was wearing a helmet.
After the crash, the driver of the bus said the passenger should not have opened the hatch because it was too hot. The company is currently conducting an internal investigation, but has been ordered to cease renting the buses in Washington state. It has also notified the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission. The incident has led to the suspension of the company’s operating license. Meanwhile, neighboring Washington state studied the risks associated with party buses and developed state laws to make shady companies more responsible.
The 17-year-old boy who went missing Sunday afternoon has been found dead, and his family is flooded with grief. While the death has shocked the entire community, it also brings into focus the dangers of cruising the highway at night. One way to prevent a similar occurrence is to follow these safety tips. One of the best ways to stay safe on the roads is to drive carefully and not drink or take drugs.
The family of Irving Mayren-Guzman showed their grief and desperation after discovering the teen’s body on the shore of a marsh. He had been missing for more than two days and was last seen at a Centerfolds Cabaret. A group of about 100 people protested outside of the Centerfolds Cabaret the day of his death, in protest.
Cuadra, who had recently earned a full-tuition scholarship to Montclair State University, was an honor student. His family is planning his funeral. Police say the two men exchanged at least 16 shots. Cuadra’s grandmother was nearby when the gunfire broke out. She said the shooting happened so quickly, she did not even hear the gunshots. And she did not hear anything about the gunshots, although she was close to her grandson when he was shot.
Irving Mayren-Guzman, 19, was last seen Sunday morning, walking out of Centerfolds Night Club in Pleasantville, New Jersey. He was last seen after an altercation at the nightclub. He left the club on foot and was later found dead in a marsh near Delilah Road in Atlantic City. Police have no explanation for the cause of his death. They do not know whether he was killed or if he was murdered.
Police say Mayren-Guzman, 17, was last seen walking east on Route 30 from Centerfolds in Wall. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding his death, and the post may have been edited or deleted. The midget racing community in New Jersey is mourning the loss of a beloved midget. Police are still investigating what happened, but say the timing was off-kilter.