Alec Mulvihill Death – According to the family relatives and official records, two men were discovered with gunshot injuries at a Mandeville residence on Sunday were both New Orleans firefighters. The victims of the gunshot was identified by the St. Tammany Parish coroner as 29-year-old Alec Mulvihill, and 25-year-old Kyle Webber. According to the coroner’s office Alec Mulvihill, 29, of St. Tammany Parish, was one of the man who died as a result of the injuries sustained from the gunshot. According to the family members, the second man who is Kyle Webber, 25, suffered multiple gunshot wound and he was transported to the hospital in a critical condition where he is receiving treatment. According to nola.com.
According to the St Tammany Parish Sheriff’s authorities, the deputy authorities were dispatched to a gunshot shooting at a residential location in the 2000 block of Dupre Street at late hours of Sunday night, at about 9:30 p.m. According to the official a spokesman has refused to give additional information, stating that “we have no reason to believe anyone else was involved.” According to Kyle Webber’s grandmother, Helen Daigle said family members believe Webber was trying to talk Mulvihill down from a mental health crisis when Mulvihill shot Webber, then himself. Mulvihill and Webber worked at the same fire station in New Orleans East, Daigle said.
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According to the grandmother, she said that “He was just trying to help his friend” and it just went wrong. The authorities also stated that Alec Mulvihill’s mother has refused to say or comment anything at on Tuesday. According to Kyle Webber’s grandmother, Helen Daigle said her grandson is in a Covington hospital, where he is in a medically induced coma waiting to receive surgery on Tuesday. He sustain a gunshot wound in the abdomen. According to Helen Daigle, her grandson was a graduated of the New Orleans Military Academy and he grew up in Algiers.
Kyle Webber’s mother is a member of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office 911 center. After Kyle Webber met a family friend who worked for the New Orleans Fire Department, he decided to become a first responder as well. Kyle Webber spends his free time helping friends and family repair their homes, said his grandmother. “He’s always willing to help,” Daigle said. “It’s fortunate he is still alive, but he wasn’t able to save his friend.” The requests for an interview for comment from the New Orleans Fire Department were not returned.
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