Bloody video of a shot victim’s face is shared by a Ukrainian woman in Portland, a city plagued by crime.
After being caught in a grisly shooting crossfire in broad daylight, a Ukrainian woman living in Portland, Oregon, shared a bloody video of her face being shattered by bullets.
27-year-old Katie Guzenko was suddenly shot while she was driving in her car during the afternoon. The bullet entered through her nose and left the vehicle through the window.
Before the woman realizes what has happened to her, horrifying video shows her hyperventilating and dripping with her own red blood.
In a video Katie took while driving, she can be seen as she is bleeding heavily from her wounds immediately following the shooting.
After her family in the war-torn Ukraine expressed concern for her safety in the US, she is now speaking out against gun violence in Portland, Oregon.
It happens as the most progressive, Democratic-led city in America struggles, two years after voting to cut police funding, to reduce violent crime.
On July 20, Katie was running errands while driving near Southeast 130th Avenue and Powell Boulevard in Portland when she was shot in the crossfire.
In a video she captured, with her face covered in blood, she says, “I’m so scared.
When I heard gunfire, I was driving.
It’s going to be okay, the stranger who rushed over to assist her said in an effort to calm her down.
Katie exclaims, “Somebody shot me through my car,” while taking a few deep breaths.
According to speculation, Katie was shot in the face by a bullet while two individuals on opposing sides of the street engaged in a gang-related altercation.
Images reveal that Katie’s car’s passenger window was broken by a bullet that entered the vehicle through her open driver’s window, struck her, and then exited through the same window.
In the wake of the incident, Katie revealed to Katu that her family in Ukraine contacted her to inquire about her well-being despite the fact that they were engaged in a war with Russia.
When they are the ones in a war zone, she said, “My family there is reaching out to me to make sure that I’m OK.”
The wounds on my face are the result of a 40-caliber bullet passing straight through my nose, as evidenced by the scars you can see there.
The following day, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler declared a state of emergency regarding gun violence and set a target to reduce shootings and gun-related fatalities by 10% over the next three years.
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Katie Guzenko, 27, was driving when a bullet shot through her car window, into her nose, and out again She was driving near Southeast 130th Avenue and Powell Boulevard in Portland on July 20 running errands when she was caught in the crossfire shootingPolice believe that Katie’s face was pierced by the bullet during a gang-related confrontation by two people standing on opposite sides of the streetThe day after Katie’s horrific ordeal, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler declared a state of emergency over gun violence