Alicia and Erik Bird Martinez lost their brother in law recently. It was a very sad occasion. Although he passed away from a heart attack, he was a very loving person. He was also very close to his family.
Despite a gruesome attack that left the YouTube cooking guru Erika “Bird” Martinez comatose, doctors say she is making a recovery. Martinez, who began making cooking videos on her YouTube channel last spring, was stabbed multiple times in the neck and back, leaving her partially paralyzed. She is in ICU and doctors haven’t given her the all clear yet, but she has taken her first steps since the attack.
A 23-year-old brother also suffered non-life threatening injuries. According to authorities, the 23-year-old was stabbed multiple times in the torso. A medical staff member treated him at the Las Cruces-area hospital. The medical staff also treated his wife, who was also rushed to the hospital. The incident is not being investigated as a murder, but prosecutors say the victim was acquitted of a charge of assault with a deadly weapon.
The YouTube community is raising awareness of GoFundMe and other similar crowdfunding sites to help the Martinez family, and the incident has prompted people to ask whether they should take their own precautions. According to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, the incident could be the result of a pattern of behavior. In November, Martinez’s wife, Guadalupe Albarran, was accused of attempting to kill Martinez and her husband. She was also charged with violating a restraining order.
Sadly, Erika “Bird” Martinez was stabbed multiple times. According to a report in USA Today, she was a devoted wife and mother of three, and her family is by her side. The family includes her husband Garry Miller, sons Colby and Justin Cajero, step-daughter Cristy Miller, daughter-in-law Kimberly, and granddaughter Jace Roberts. It is believed that the attack was random and not planned. She is currently in ICU. Her family would like to thank all the passersby who have rushed to her aid and helped save her life. The YouTube community is also doing its part by raising awareness through a GoFundMe page.
The family has also asked that anyone with information on the incident contact the police at (501) 872-0100. This is the most direct line to the police station, and they will be able to assist with locating the perpetrators of the crime. This is the best way to ensure that the perpetrators are found and charged.
Alicia Gallardo is a sister and a cousin to many. She has fought Parkinson’s disease for 27 years. She was a very strong woman who always looked her best. She is survived by her sister Antonia, nieces and nephews. She has also been survived by her children and grandchildren. She also has a girlfriend, Alexa Delgado. She will be greatly missed by many people. Alicia will always be remembered for her passion for serving the Lord.
Juan Molina is a husband and a father. He is also a brother to Fernando Molina, Ralph Molina, and Noel Dominguez. He is also a son of Noel and Maribel Moreno. He is also the father of Christina Amador. He also has many aunts and uncles. His father’s name is Ricardo Amador Sr. His mother’s name is Maria Serna. He also has a sister, Jean Garces. Alicia is also a step-sister of Rosalinda Amador.
Jose Medina is a husband and a father. Jose was a loving person. He had a strong bond with his family and loved Tejano music. He worked at Morton’s the Steakhouse for 10 years. He also loved Kumbia Kingz. He also has a son, Jimmy Martinez. He has 13 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
During Dia de Muertos, Conchita, the sister of Erika “Bird” Martinez, celebrates her life by preparing a memorial altar for her. Death is a difficult subject to deal with, but Conchita’s simple, elegant way of handling it has helped the children understand the importance of saying goodbye.
Erika “Bird” Martinez was paralyzed from the neck down and was left with little hope of a recovery. Her husband, Marioh Martinez, tried to stop Albarran, but the two were stabbed seven times, including one in the spinal column, and Martinez suffered a punctured lung and near-severed ear. She was able to breathe with help, but doctors have little hope of recovery. The attack occurred while the Martinez family was watching television.
After her husband’s intervention, Albarran fled. The Martinez family’s 5-year-old son stayed by Martinez’s side as she was attacked. Medical experts once thought that Martinez would never be able to move, but after months of therapy, she is able to walk with assistance.