Everything about Gracie Muehlberger one of the Saugus High School shootout victim

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Gracie Muehlberger was one of the victims of Saugus High School shootout which happened during Thursday November 14, 2019. We are deeply saddened by the death of Gracie Muehlberger who was shot by Nathaniel Berhow a 16 year old during his birthday. Here are some of the facts about Gracie Meuhlberger’s death



  • Muehlberger’s death was first confirmed by the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital’s official Twitter account, mere hours after the shooting took place.
  • The tweet read, “#saugushighshooting: update: one female deceased patient. Two critical male patients. One male patient in good condition.” Two other students were airlifted to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, California
  • Muehlberger’s brother, Riley, tweeted shortly after, “my heart is killing me right now, you are the best sister I could’ve asked for, I just know you’re my guardian angel now. I love you Gracie”
  • On Friday, November 15, Muehlberger’s identity was confirmed by the Los Angeles coroner.
  • A “Saugus Strong” Vigil will be held on Sunday November 17 night at 7 p.m. local time, for those who wish to attend.
  • It will take place at 72150 Bouqet Canyon Road, which is the address of Central Park in Saugus.
  • Muehlberger’s Twitter account, Facebook, and Instagram all show similar images, in which Muehlberger covered her face for the camera. She often retweeted humorous, angsty, and silly tweets on Twitter. She retweeted a tweet that said, “can we stop comparing women, thank you,” and another one that said, “i swear some weeks i’m on the highest highs and then next it feels lower than ever.”
  • Muehlberger’s Parents Have Set Up a GoFundMe to Memorialize the Teenager
  • Many Classmates Have Since Paid Tribute to Muehlberger, Describing Her as ‘Sweet’ One of the tweets – my heart is killing me right now, you are the best sister I could’ve asked for, I just know you’re my guardian angel now. I love you Gracie
  • Still another friend said that Muehlberger cared a lot about the issue of mental health, and had talked a friend out of a suicide attempt in the past. That friend said to BuzzFeed News, “If I knew in the past [what would happen], I would’ve just hugged her tighter.”
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