Monday, February 15, 2016

Teen holding gun while on hoverboard loses balance, unintentionally shoots gun, kills 13-year-old cousin

18-year-old Brandon Louis, of Orange County, Florida was visiting with two of his cousins when one of them found a loaded, unlocked handgun under a bed in the house.

Louis was holding the gun while riding on a hoverboard. When he lost his balance he unintentionally discharged the gun, shooting his 13-year-old cousin Lavardo Fisher in the back of the head.  Lavardo was playing Xbox at the time.

Lavardo was taken to the local hospital where he died of his injuries.

The owner of the gun, 35-year-old Walter Morame, was arrested on charges of possession of a weapon by a felon.

Lavardo was an eighth grader at Ocoee Middle School and played football for the Ocoee Bulldogs.   Last year he was named a Pop Warner All-American scholar.


4 comments:

Gunner Jacky said...

Thanks for the post. Hope so that all these rubbish is going to stop soon. This is simply annoying that these accidents are simply killing peoples who are innocent and don't know about their death that come suddenly from those who loved them. Those who are having guns must have license and proper training.
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Anonymous said...

Actually, I was going to say we need to license and require skateboard/hoverboards permits. Every day children go to the emergency room from accidents which result in crippling injuries. There are no safety standards, no waiting periods, no training protocols. We must stop these child killers.
If it saves just one child...... Isn't it worth it?

Btibrands said...

Proper knowledge and training of having a gun is always important to avoid for any incident that causing for death of innocent people that why it always get a firearm license.

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