Norwalk Deputy in critical condition after Vegas attack
A Norwalk Sheriff's Deputy remains in critical condition after sustaining injuries at the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting in Las Vegas earlier this week.
Former Mayor Cheri Kelley announced via her personal Facebook page that Norwalk Deputy Lori Kamner was amongst the over 500 people who were injured in the attack. Just over an hour after her original post, Kelley gave an update saying that Kamner was out of surgery and “it looks like she will be ok.”
Early Thursday morning Kelley gave another update, this time attached to a youcaring.com link, saying,
“So many of you liked, shared and commented on my original post about Lori that I wanted to share this update. She is still in ICU. They hope to have her off the [ventilator] today or tomorrow. A long recovery lies ahead.
Lori is the School Resource Deputy for both Norwalk and John Glenn High School. She has given so much to our students. If you are able to give please do and if not prayers are as good as gold.”
The Norwalk Patriot made several calls to Norwalk Sheriff's department for comment, however were unable to reach officials.