In Killeen, Texas, a Mother Was Fatally Murdered While Visiting Her Son’s Cemetery for His ‘First Birthday in Paradise.’

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According to authorities, a Texas mother was tragically shot Tuesday at a Killeen cemetery while visiting her newly deceased son’s grave to lay flowers for his first birthday in paradise.

Yolanda N’Gaojia, 52, was shot and died shortly after 5 p.m. at the Calvary Baptist Church Garden of Memories Cemetery in Killeen. A second victim was also hurt in the shooting, although officials said he was in stable condition.

 

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“I am speechless because I cannot believe this is happening,” Yolanda’s ex-husband Kineh N’Gaojia commented on Facebook.

“This is the type of thing you see in movies, but it has become our way of life. I can’t believe you’ve left… How are you going to murder her on the anniversary of her son’s death at his gravesite???” Kineh wrote.

Yolanda was visiting her late son Amir’s cemetery after he turned 22 in paradise, according to her ex-husband. According to his obituary, Amir died on December 31st. According to KWTX, he was one of Yolanda’s three children.

Yolanda N’Gaojia and Amir, her son

Kineh added in another Facebook post, “My children will never be the same again.”

 

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“Those bullets took a priceless gem from us, but they also gave us an Amazing Angel to lead us, so you can be sure we’re not going anywhere but up, because we know how hard you rode for your family,” the father explained.

 

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The Killeen Police Department described the shooting as a “alone occurrence” that is being investigated as a homicide. Nonetheless, the victims’ identities have not been disclosed by police.

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