Tucson, Arizona 2021-07-21 00:13:51 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) —Memory is what Melissa Snyder must remember her boyfriend Corrie Sanders. Sanders was killed Sunday afternoon trying to help his neighbor’s house in a fire.
“Look at him, he starts to open his mouth, but he’s ridiculous,” said Melissa Snyder when she saw TikTok made with her boyfriend.
Snyder said Corey was the life of the party.
“He came in. His smile will brighten the room,” she said.
She says she took action as soon as Corey noticed the fire.
“He didn’t even think twice. I said,’I’m going to do a baby run,’ but he ran out of doors,” Snyder said.
For Snyder, who witnessed it all unfold, the scene is still very real.
“After the fire engine came up and the last fire engine was pulled up, I could see his SUV pulling up the fire engine, opening the door and hearing the gunshots,” she said.
Corey’s son also witnessed the onset of violence, but Snyder was able to confirm that he was inside as soon as the bullet was fired.
“It never makes sense-I wish we could know why. Uh? But we know we don’t,” Snyder said.
A scorched house across the street reminds us of the loss of a man in the family Snyder had planned for the future every day.
“We were going to get married. We were actually planning a vacation in October. We were going to San Diego for a week. As you know, we are planning the future. It’s just that, “she said.
She mourns the loss and remembers him as a wonderful man who loved his children, and even her.
“I actually walked there for the first time last night. I had to feel him,” he said.
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