|Posted on September 4, 2017 at 5:50 PM|
Shooting Victim Seeks Help At Subway, But Later Dies
John Roland, 49, died in surgery after a shooting in West Palm Beach. Police deputies were dispatched to a disturbance in the 4600 block of Myla Lane, but just before arriving at the scene, dispatch received a 911 call from a nearby Subway restaurant regarding a shooting victim entering the restaurant. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue transported the victim to a local hospital for treatment, but he died in surgery a little while later.
More Shooting Victims Who’ve Stumbled Into Restaurants
A gunshot victim in his late twenties walked into Bamboo Restaurant in Palms, CA back in 2015 asking for help. The Bamboo is known for serving Latin-fusion cuisine. The employees called 911 when they realized the man had been shot in the abdomen. Paramedics transported the man to an a nearby hospital. His condition remains unknown.
A man who was shot in the parking lot of a KFC restaurant in Durham, NC back in 2013 returned the next day to thank the employees who called 911. Employees say the shooting victim fell to the floor saying he had been shot in the leg and that his wound was burning. He claimed the shooting was a misunderstanding between friends.
A bleeding man stumbled into a Denny’s restaurant asking for help moments after a shooting in San Pablo, CA back in 2015. A surveillance camera captured two people walking into the restaurant after one had been shot. The uninjured man then abandoned the shooting victim, who begged him, “Can you please don’t go?” and, “Call my baby mana at least,” but the uninjured man said “No, I have to go,” and he ran away.
If you’d like to read a story about another Palm Beach murder, check out author, Denise Wallace, and her true crime book, Daddy’s Little Secret.