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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Brother of Woman Killed on I-95 Makes Long Journey to Miami to Search for Answers

Nearly two years after his sister’s death, the brother of a woman who was shot and murdered while driving along Interstate 95 in Miami left Cuba in search of additional information.

Melissa Gonzalez, 22, was shot in January 2020 as she was driving with her boyfriend northbound on the freeway close to Northwest 79th Street. Investigators are still trying to figure out who shot Melissa Gonzalez.

Adolfo Gonzalez remarked, “I don’t see how the individual could still be at peace.

For the first time since Melissa’s murder, Adolfo, Melissa’s brother, arrived in Miami.

He traveled the distance as a migrant for 19 days with his son and daughter. They traveled from Cuba through Nicaragua and finally to Miami, where on Thursday his entry into the nation was authorized.

He stated, “We’ve been away for 19 days.” “We’re incredibly fortunate. Thanks to this nation providing us the opportunity to start again, my kid never fell ill.”

The Florida Highway Patrol reports that Melissa was shot while operating her silver Chevy Sedan close to the Northwest 79th Street exit.

Adolfo added, “My son and daughter still don’t know she’s dead, but we’re still talking to her like she’s around because, in our hearts, she’s still living.”

Melissa was planning to attend law school after receiving her degree from Florida International University.

Adolfo is traveling to the United States not just to get answers concerning his sister’s passing but also to say his ultimate goodbyes in person.

He said, “I couldn’t say goodbye to her.” My father and I decided that he should go say his goodbyes.

Cedric Blackwater
Cedric Blackwater
Cedric is a journalist with over a decade of experience reporting on local US news, and touching on many global topics. He is currently the lead writer for Bulletin News.

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