BOSTON (CBS) – An Everett boy shot and wounded while on a family trip in Canada is now at Mass General Hospital. A MedFlight carrying 14-year-old Sandrick Jorcelin landed in Boston Thursday night.
It was an emotional send-off from his hospital in Canada. Sandrick was reunited with the police officer who cared for him during the most terrifying moments of his life.
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That officer responded to the weekend shooting outside Montreal. Sandrick’s family had been driving away from an aunt’s birthday party when a drive-by shooter sprayed bullets at their car. Sandrick’s uncle was killed.
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Even after an emergency surgery a bullet remained lodged in the boy’s body. His father said he had regained some sensation in his legs but is still unable to walk or stand.
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Sandrick is supposed to graduate the 8th grade next month, a student of the Pioneer Charter School. He loves basketball and his Celtics. He’s already shown the strength he’ll need, in the recovery ahead.
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