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YORK COUNTY, S.C. (FOX 46) – Robert Shook, the final remaining survivor within the York County mass taking pictures of six individuals on Wednesday, has died because of his accidents, the York County Coroner says. Shook’s employer, air-conditioning firm GSM Companies, additionally reported the information on Fb.
“We’re all heartbroken. Please maintain his household in your prayers tonight and within the coming days as all of us face this collectively,” the corporate wrote.
The household of Shook instructed Fox 46 on Saturday morning that he was in important situation however nonetheless preventing. They stated he was shot not less than six occasions.
Shook, 38, from Cherryville, was one among six individuals shot by former NFL participant Phillip Adams at Marshall Street in York County on Wednesday, whereas he was engaged on the house of Dr. Robert Lesslie and Barbara Lesslie.
Shook’s co-worker James Lewis, who engaged on the house with him was discovered lifeless exterior the house.
“Each males concerned on this incident are long-standing, beloved members of our household at GSM,” an organization assertion stated. “These males embody the values we attempt to attain at GSM and are family-focused, up-beat, and fantastic group members who cared about all of the individuals they encountered.”
Dr. Lesslie, 70, his spouse, Barbara, 69, and the couple’s grandkids, Adah Lesslie, 9, and Noah Lesslie, 5, have been all discovered deceased inside the house. Adams took his personal life after the taking pictures.
GSM arrange a GoFundMe account to boost cash for the households of Lewis & Shook.