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These are the lives lost in the July 4th parade shootings

On Tuesday, the Lake County Coroners Office identified Irina and Kevin McCarthy at ages 35 and 37. Their son, Aiden, was found alive in the aftermath of violence and was taken safely, the family told CNN.

Catherine Goldstein, 64, Highland Park. Jacquelyn Sundheim of Highland Park, 63 years old. Steven Strauss of Highland Park, 88 years old. Nicholas Toledo Zaragoza (78) from Morelos, Mexico and Eduardo Uwald (69) from Wakigan were five other victims.

According to the Lake County Sheriff's Office, a total of about 45 people were injured or killed in the shooting.

Here's what we know about lost lives:

Catherine Goldstein

Catherine Goldstein, 64-year-old Catherine's husband, Craig Goldstein, and her daughter Kathy I told CNN on Wednesday at the parade.

"Cathy looked up at the roof and she saw a man with a gun," Craig said. "She said,'Mom, we have to run,' and they ran. When the bullet entered Katie's chest, they ran side by side."

Kathy called Craig to talk about the shooting, and he rushed to the parade with his other daughter for help. She continued her move while they were talking on the phone.

"I heard Kathy's voice in the background and she shouted," Mom is dead. Don't come. " She was afraid of us, "she said. "It seemed unrealistic, but I didn't want to leave Kathy alone. I wanted to find Kathy."

Kathy's mother falls to the ground Craig said he had the opportunity to say "I love you" again before closing his eyes, but a stranger had to grab her and tell her to keep running.

He described Catherine as a kind, selfless and funny person who was dedicated to her family and spent the night playing games with her daughters.

"I couldn't imagine a better her mother," he said. "She loved going birdwatching. She went out every morning with her binoculars."

Catherine has two daughters and her husband. Survived by.

Irina and Kevin McCarthy

The family states that Irina and Kevin McCarthy, who were killed in the shooting, are parents of an infant who turned out to be alive. increase.

Irina Colon, associated with Irina McCarthy, shared a dateless photo with the couple's CNN at her wedding in Chicago.

Colon she said she did not participate in the parade and she knew about the death of the couple from Irina McCarthy's father. According to Colon, Aiden, the couple's two-year-old son, will be taken care of by the family.

Colon-initiatedverified GoFundMe campaignsaid in the aftermath of violence, young children were safely taken by members of the community before their grandparents were found. ..
Aiden's grandfather, Michael Lebberg, told theChicago Tribune on Tuesday that he eventually reunited with his grandson after the boy was taken to the police station. ..

"When I picked him up, he said,'Mom and dad are coming soon,'" Lebberg said on Tuesday night. "He doesn't understand.

"At the age of two, Aiden was put in an unthinkable place and grew up without parents," the campaign said. "Aiden will be taken care of by his beloved family, he will have a long way to heal, find stability, and ultimately navigate his life as an orphan. He will be a friend who accepts him with love. Surrounded by an extended family community, and any means available to ensure that you have everything you need as you grow up. "

" On behalf of his family With their permission, I have established this fundraising activity to support caregivers who are tasked with raising, caring for, and supporting Aiden when he and his support system embark on this expectation. "Outside trip" was added.

The GoFundMe page has raised over $ 2 million by Wednesday morning.

Jacki Sundheim

Jacki Sundheim was identified as one of the people killed by the synagogue.

Glencoe's North Shore Congregation Israel said in a statement that Sandheim was a lifelong congregation, a member of the staff who was a kindergarten teacher and event coordinator.

"There are not enough words to describe the depth of our sorrow for Jackie's death and our sympathy for her family and her loved ones," the statement said. "We know that you will participate in the deepest prayers that Jackie's soul will be trapped in a shelter on the wings of God and that her family will manage to find comfort and comfort in this endless sorrow.

Nicolas Toledo

Eight fathers and many grandfathers Nicolas Toledo are visiting a family in Highland Park from Mexico. Was identified as a victim in a shooting on Monday. Morelos officials told CNN.

Mexican authorities have issued a news release identifying Toledo as Nicholas "N". This is the Mexican practice of authorities using "N" as the surname in official documents under the law governing human rights and the protection of victims. 'privacy.

Toledo loved fishing, painting and walking with her family in the park. One of her granddaughters, Kimberly Langer, said it was founded by the CNN family ofWBBM
Toledo's family. On page GoFundMe, we are raising funds to repatriate him to Mexico.

"What was thought to be a fun family day was a horrifying nightmare for all of us," wrote GoFundMe organizer and another granddaughter, Xochil Toledo. increase. "As a family, we are broken and numb."

She described her grandfather as "creative, adventurous, entertaining" and "loved man."

Six of Toledo's eight children live in the United States, Mexican officials said in a statement. One was injured in a shooting with two other members of the Toledo family.

Steven Strauss

Steven Strauss, an 88-year-old man identified by authorities as one of the victims, was vibrant, his grandson Said.

"He was very active and enjoyed his life," 18-year-old Maxwell Strauss told CNN. "He attended music festivals, loved to go out and rode a bike in the 80's."

He said his grandfather was going to a parade recently, " I'm very excited. "

Maxwell's father was very worried after Steven Strauss didn't receive the call when the news about the shooting surfaced. A few hours later, the hospital called to confirm his death.

"It's shocking and hard to imagine," Maxwell Strauss said.

20-year-old Tobias Strauss told CNN that hearing the news of his grandfather's death was "the worst thing that could happen."

"He had a lot of lives left, he was never ready to go," Tobias Strauss said. "This doesn't happen anywhere else. I'm sure my grandfather would be alive if America had more gun control."

"Gun Lobby and America The cultural worship of guns is deadly. It kills my grandfather, "he added.

Straus' grandson told CNN that he had a close relationship with his grandfather and would meet him for a regular family dinner almost every Sunday.

Eduardo Uvaldo

Eduardo Uvaldo, 69, was initially shot and survived, fighting for his life at Evanston Hospital, but Wednesday. That morning, his daughter died. Karina Uvaldo-Mendez told CNN.

"Doctors said there was nothing they could do," said Uwald Mendes, but added that his father kept breathing on his own until Wednesday morning.

According to a confirmedGoFundMe campaign, Uvaldo was shot in his arm and then in the back of his headhis wife and grandson were also injured, Uvaldo-Mendez said. rice field.

Uvaldo-Mendez told CNN that her mother was struck by a piece of bullet in her forehead and hand, "emotionally, she" while she was physically OK. Is upset. "

Eduardouwald and his wife celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary a few months ago, adding that his daughter "his four daughters and my mother were all of him." ..

Uvaldo-Mendez described his father as diligent. She sometimes liked to work for her daughters for 30 years and remind her that she never missed a day.

He tended to avoid the parade because he didn't like the crowd, she said-but he liked the ones in Highland Park, which is the only one he attended each year. It was a thing.

His daughter said he would have been 70 on Friday.

Parade participants were injured in stampede

Another facility, Highland Park Hospital, accepted 26 patients. Dr. Brigham said. Medical Director of the North Shore University Health System.

Patients ranged in age from 8 to 85, with 4-5 children, Temple said.

Barbara Medina, 46, was also injured.Instead of shooting, he was injured by stampede as people fled the area to escape the turmoil.

When Medina heard the gunshot, he told CNN that he was marching in a parade. As so many people rushed towards her, she dropped her banner and grabbed her 7-year-old daughter and a scooter and ran. She was separated from her 12-year-old son and her father.

At some point, Medina stumbled on a scooter and fell on her left arm. A few hours later, after being safe with her daughter and learning that her son and father were also safe, Medina went to a medical facility and was told that her arm was broken.

"I am grateful that we are all safe," she said. "It will be a long healing process."