The sole survivor of a triple shooting in Queens Saturday morning remains in critical but stable condition at Long Island Jewish Hospital, police said.
Christina Walker, 12, was shot through her eye by her father, Jonathan Walker, police said. Walker apparently fatally shot Christina Walker’s sister Kayla, 7; her mother, Shanai Hale, 31; and her grandmother, Viola Warren, 62.
After being shot, the girl was able to call 911 and drag herself down the stairs to let police officers in the home.
Walker, 34, drove six miles from their Brookville home and shot himself in the head while sitting in his SUV.
Walker worked as a security guard and bouncer, and had a permit for his .45 caliber gun, police told the New York Times.
“What I did, I cannot come back from,” Walker allegedly said to his brother, whom he called in Las Vegas after the shooting, police said.
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