Grieving Hofstra University students mourned the death of classmate Andrea Rebello in a tearful graduation ceremony on May 19, after she was killed in a tragic shooting accident.
After Hofstra University student Andrea Rebello was shot and killed in a tragic accident on May 17, her alma mater gave a touching tribute to her at the May 19 graduation ceremony. Students wore white pins for Andrea, and U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer read
"He kept saying, 'I'm going to kill her,' and then he pointed the gun at the police officer."
Ex-con Dalton Smith, 30, was using Andrea Rebello, 21, as a human shield and holding her in a headlock Friday night when he pointed his loaded 9-mm. handgun at a cop, authorities said. “I'm going to kill her,” Smith barked, according to cops. A veteran
The emotional hurt is not only taxing to those close to last Friday's shooting in the shadows of Hofstra University in Uniondale, but as well as to those in Tarrytown.