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Highland Park Attack: What We Know About the Victims of the July 4th Parade Shooting

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ChicagoThe second victim of a mass shooting on Monday at the July 4 paradein Highland Park, Illinois, was identified.

Jackie Sandheim, a devout Jewish synagogue attendee, was identified by the North Shore congregation Israel in which she attended.

"It's an immense sadness to let you know that our beloved Jackie Sandheim was one of the victims killed in the Highland Park Parade today," Synagogue said in a statement. I mentioned in.

Jacki Sundheim was identified by the North Shore Congregation Israel, where she attended, as a victim of Monday's mass shooting near Highland Park in Chicago, Illinois on July 4, 2022.

Jackie Sandheim by the North Shore Congregation Israel Identified. She attended on July 4, 2022, near Highland Park in Chicago, Illinois, as a victim of a shooting on Monday.(North Shore Congregation Israel)

Synagogue Jackie explains, "It is a lifetime congregation of NSCI and an important member of the NSCI staff team." did.

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"Jackie's work, kindness, Warmth touched us all. "NSCI added. "Since her early days teaching at the Gate of Learning in Kindergarten, as coordinator of our events and B'nei Mitzvah, we have taught countless times among us through the moments of joy and sadness of life. All of this has a tireless dedication. The depth of our sorrow for Jackie's death and our compassion for her family and loved ones. "

A body is transported from the scene of a mass shooting during the July 4th holiday weekend Monday, July 4, 2022, in Highland Park, Ill. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

Monday, July 4, 2022, July 4, at Highland Park, Illinois, where the body was taken from the scene of the coordinator. Holiday Weekend (Armand L. Sanchez / Chicago Tribune / Tribune News Service via Getty Images)(Armand L. Sanchez / Chicago Tribune / Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

The statement goes on to say, "Jackie's soul is trapped in a shelter on the wings of God, and her family somehow finds comfort and comfort in this endless sorrow."

The Times of Israel reported that Sandheim survived by his husband Bruce and his daughter Leah.

Shortly after the shooting, NSCI President Jeff Ekto issued a statement that the synagogue was "feared by the unpleasant and meaningless shooting."

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"Our heart is broken for those killed and injured, and for all our loved ones. OurThoughts and prayersare throughout our community, all of our neighbors and friends, and the first responders and police on the scene. " 

Police at scene of HP, IL Fourth of July parade after shooting 

HP, IL on-site police July parade after shooting (AP Newsroom)

Now in the middle of our own community, neighborhood, congregation, and home So, human life has caused great turmoil again. This touches each of us deeply and personally. Sadness, pain and fear affect us all. "

The synagogue is located on Sheridan Road in Glencoe, Illinois, adjacent to the Highland Park.

Sondheim was the second victim identified in themass shootings, killing six and injuring at least 31.

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The family of Nicholas Toledo, an indigenous Mexican in his 70s,identified him as a victim of the shooting.

Nicolas Toledo, 73, has been identified as one of the victims of the mass shooting at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. 

Nicolas Toledo, 73 years old, Highland Park, Illinois Victim of a mass shooting at the parade on July 4th.  (Toledo Family / Fox 32)

Toledo was worried about his health early in the morning, so he didn't want to attend the festival. I have stated. ..

But he went, and his granddaughter, Xochil Toledo, 23, told the Chicago Sun-Times why he survived the rest of his family.

"He was the one who saved all our lives. It went to me, my boyfriend, or my cousin," she told the outlet.

Toledo was a proud father and grandfather who enjoyed fishing, the New York Post reported. He attended the festival with a family of about 12 people.

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Robert E. Crimo, 22, has been identified as a person of interest in the July 4th parade attack in Highland Park, Illinois in which at least six people were killed. He was taken into police custody hours after the shooting.  

Robert E. Climo, 22, is interested in a July 4 parade attack in Highland Park, Illinois. Identified as a person with. At least 6 people died. He was detained by police hours after the shooting.   (Highland Park Police)

Law enforcement officeris Robert "Bobby" E. Climo III, 22 years old I was arrested. People who are interested in shooting. He was captured around 6:30 pm. By North Chicago Police on Monday after police found his Honda Fit on a license plate that matched the suspect's car.

He was arrested after a short chase. Police said Kurimo had been transferred to Highland Park police. The FBI and Lake County's Serious Crimes Department continue to investigate.