It’s been a couple of days since a tragic incident occurred at Allen Premium Outlets Mall in which several people were killed and injured with gunshot wounds. Everyone was talking about the shooter who killed a large number of people at the mall in Allen, Texas, but only a few people talked about the victims who died in the shooting. Do you know how many people died in the shooting massacre that occurred at Allen Premium Outlets Mall and what are the identities of the victims? Among the several victims of the shooting was a family now down three members due to the open fire at the Allen Premium Outlets mall. Here we are talking about the family of James Cho. You need to stick with this page and keep reading this article till the end.
Family of Texas Mall victim James Cho
Federal law enforcement officials are looking at possible ties to far-right groups in connection with the gunman who killed eight people, including children, at the Dallas mall. The shooter was a 33-year-old man who was shot and killed by a police officer who was not initially involved in the incident. Detectives are also looking at the shooter’s social media activity to determine his beliefs. The attacker was reportedly seen wearing a logo that has been linked to hate groups. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Officials claimed that six people were shot dead at the scene, while two wounded died later at the hospital. Among the victims who died in the shooting massacre were a security guard, an engineer from India and three members of the same family. James Cho’s family lost three members in the shooting. The three members of the same family who died in the shooting have been identified as Cindy Cho, Kyo Song Cho and their 3-year-old son James. Sadly, his eldest child, William Cho, is only 6 years old and the only survivor of the family and is currently in the hospital.
A fundraiser has been started to support Cho. The GoFundMe page claims the Cho family was at the mall to trade her 6-year-old son’s clothes that she received for his birthday. But who knew it would be her last visit to her mall? The Cho family were reportedly United States citizens and were of Korean descent. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.