On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at 1:24 pm, deputies received a call that a female arrived, at Good Samaritan Hospital, with a 18 month old child shot in the torso. Good Samaritan officials quickly transferred the child to St. Mary’s Medical Center for treatment. Through the investigation, detectives learned that a male, female and two children; one age four and the other 18 months, met an unknown individual, in the parking lot, in the 1500 block of Quailwood Drive, West Palm Beach. The male, female and children were sitting in a vehicle. The unknown male entered the vehicle. An altercation took place between the adults and the unknown male suspect drew his handgun. The male, sitting in the driver seat, pushed the gun away. At that time, the gun discharged striking the 18 month old boy in the torso. The unknown suspect immediately left the vehicle and fled in an unknown vehicle. The male driver, with occupants; female and two children, immediately fled the scene to the nearest hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, seeking medical treatment for the 18 month old boy. Once they arrived at Good Samaritan Hospital. Hospital officials quickly transferred the 18 month old, boy, to St. Mary’s Medical Center where he is in critical condition. Sadly, the victim Izarion Colin passed away.
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