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New York Man Collecting Food for Soup Kitchen Dies in Carjacking
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      This is just awful:

A New York man who left his car running at a 7-Eleven store as he ran inside to collect food for a soup kitchen was run over by his own vehicle as he tried to stop a carjacker, police said. Dionel Ramirez, 69, left his Hyundai running with the door open outside a 7-Eleven in North Bay Shore on Long Island while he went inside to pick up the food, Suffolk County police said. He saw someone jump into his car and ran to stop him, but was run over, police said.

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Here is a man who immigrated here from Guatemala, made a better life for himself and his family and devoted himself to giving back to those less fortunate than himself.

Who do you think the media and the Left will shed more tears over? Michael Brown or Dionel Ramirez? Sadly, it isn’t even close. 

 

 

 

 

 

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