A nurse recalled her efforts to supply assist to Takeoff after he was fatally shot at a Houston bowling alley.
The nurse, who didn’t wish to be recognized, stated she went to assist since she lives close to the bowling alley. She heard a “cry of agony” after pictures had been fired and folks fled the scene.
”I used to be scared, however I needed to go,” she famous. “I couldn’t have lived with myself if I knew I had the gear to save lots of his life and I didn’t.”
The nurse rushed to her automobile to seize medical gear earlier than making her approach to the bowling alley. By the point she acquired there, it was too late to save lots of Takeoff. She defined why she couldn’t do CPR on the sufferer.
“That may not be applicable, particularly with a gunshot wound,” she stated. “Would by no means do CPR since you could be circulating the blood, and the blood would come proper out of the [bullet] gap. So, the very first thing to do is to place stress on the wound.”
The nurse additionally described an emotional second with Quavo, who turned out to be the particular person she heard screaming. She knowledgeable the Migos member that Takeoff was useless.
“After I advised him, he stated, ‘No, no,’ and I began crying,” she remembered. “And he grabbed me and stated, ‘Please, please,’ and I began bawling.”
Takeoff was shot and killed on November 1. He was 28.