Dallas: 18-year-old who was shot at Dallas ISD basketball game passes away after his family take off life support

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18-year-old Marc Strickland was shot at a Dallas ISD high school basketball game on January 11. His family stated that he passed away after being taken off life support yesterday afternoon, just a week after the shooting took place.
The victim was shot at the Kimball vs. South Oak Cliff basketball game inside Ellis Davis Fieldhouse, at the Jesse Owens Memorial Complex in southern Dallas.
According to reports from the Police officers, several teenagers involved in an argument. When the Officers were trying to escort them out, one of the juvenile suspects pulled out a gun and shot the 18-year-old former student (Also involved in the argument)

Strickland was an active student at Dallas Can Academy but was shot in the chest and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. His family cleared that he wasn’t improving his injuries since the day he was shot so he was taken off life support on Saturday, and passed away a short time later.
A Dallas ISD police officer was also hit but she was wearing a protective vest and is expected to be fine. Strickland’s family have no answers to why their son got involved in an argument, and why he was shot.

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