A 14-year-old girl who was ‘bullied’ tragically died in her father’s arms after disobeying her parents to go to a party in a field in Aurora, Kansas.
Jaylee Chillson attended the party even though her parents told her that she wasn’t allowed to go.
According to reports, her father Jeb called the police when he discovered that their daughter disobeyed them.
Speaking to Daily Mail, he recalled hearing a gunshot after a Cloud County Sheriff’s Office deputy searched for his daughter.
“I heard people talking about a gun. I hear a gunshot ring out, and I call the dispatch and ask if their deputy shot, and they said no, but they hear reports of shots fired.
“They told me not to go in there, but I said used to be an EMT, I can help. When I got closer, they told me that there was a girl shot, so I took off running.”
Jeb, who fought for his daughter’s life for over 15 minutes, continued: “I see my daughter on the ground, being held up by one of the party goes. As I come up to the deputy, he tells me that she pulled the gun out and shot herself as he was going over to her.
“I told them that we needed to call for a helicopter and an ambulance. We’re putting pressure on her, and when the paramedic got there, they had already made up their minds about her.”
It is not clear how the 14-year-old got the weapon but authorities are investigating the incident.
The grieving family said nothing will ‘make the hurt go away.’
“Both myself and the officer felt a pulse on my daughter, but the paramedic didn’t check or do anything,” Jeb continued.
“I started doing CPR on my daughter for about ten minutes. I told them that I wasn’t going to let my daughter die without trying.
“I’m begging them to give her an IV and to help me, but he wouldn’t. I asked him if it was about the money, then I’ll pay for it, and he starts laughing at me as I’m trying to save my daughter.”
The father-of-five said the paramedic apologized while he was performing CPR but when they started monitoring it was already too late.
Reports revealed that Jaylee had been bullied at her school for years as district failed to address the matter.
Her parents said their daughter would return home with ‘bruises on her arms’ and even had flammable substance applied to her hair.
The family then moved from Clay County Center High School to Wakefield.
“The world lost one of its brightest lights. This girl has the biggest heart of anyone I know and has since she was just a little girl,” her mother Stacie expressed.
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