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Ohio man dies after being shot in Colorado shootings

Matt McQuinn Matt McQuinn
Matt and Samantha  (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families) Matt and Samantha (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families)
Matt  (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families) Matt (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families)
Nick and Samantha  (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families) Nick and Samantha (Source: Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families)

On Saturday, FOX19 confirmed the death of a local man, that was a victim in the heinous Colorado shootings.

Matt McQuinn succumbed to his injuries after being shot Friday.

"The McQuinn and Yowler families would again like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and concern. Samantha Yowler was hit by a bullet in her knee from the shooting in Colorado. She is recovering from surgery and is expected to make a full recovery. Nick Yowler was unharmed during the incident. Unfortunately, Matt McQuinn perished from the injuries he sustained during the tragic events that unfolded in Denver, Colorado and went home to be with his maker. As both families mourn the loss of Matt, they ask for everyone to give them distance and time. Again, the families thank everyone for their love, prayers and ask that we respect their families' wishes," said Rob Scott, Attorney for the McQuinn and Yowler families, in a statement.

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