FLORIDA: Broward County Sheriff Visits Shooting Victim, Leaves Something “Special” Behind

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On Valentine’s Day, a former student at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida walked into the building and killed 17 people and injured several others. 

The Broward County Sheriff on Sunday visited one of the victims still in the hospital after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida., FOX News reported.

Sheriff Scott Israel visited 15-year-old Anthony Borges at Broward Health. The teen, according to a photo posted to Twitter, was shot five times.

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“Fortunately, he is recovering, but has a long road ahead with more surgeries needed,” the sheriff’s office stated. “Please join us in praying for the swift recovery of Anthony and all others from #StonemanDouglas.”

“The Sheriff was honored to visit Anthony Borges,15, in the hospital. Anthony was shot five times. Fortunately, he is recovering, but has a long road ahead with more surgeries needed. Please join us in praying for the swift recovery of Anthony and all others from .”

Fox reports that three other people injured in the shooting remain hospitalized at Broward Health in fair condition.

President Trump and First Lady Melania paid a visit to Broward Health North on Friday to pay their respects to survivors and medical professionals.

President Trump Delivers Remarks at Broward Health North Hospital

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YouTube video courtesy of The White House

“Incredible recovery,” Trump said while at the hospital. “Incredible. And first responders. Everybody. The job they’ve done is incredible.”

Afterward, the president visited with members of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.

We wish all the best to those who were injured in the senseless attack.

God Bless.

TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

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