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The Victim of the Truck Attack in Brooklyn is Reportedly Out of the Coma

NEW YORK CITY, Brooklyn (PIX11) – About a week ago on Monday, a guy with apparent mental health concerns drove a rented U-Haul truck to terrorize neighborhoods in Brooklyn, killing one and wounding eight.

On Monday night, Councilman Justin Brannan and many other local authorities and prominent citizens held a vigil to show their support for the victims’ loved ones.

Several people’s lives have been irrevocably changed because of this. What happened a week ago, not too far from here, where we are standing right now, “may not have been an organized act of terrorism,” but it “really created a path of horror through this neighborhood that is haunting a lot of folks to this day,” Brannan added.

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Mohammed Rakchi, according to his wife, has emerged from his coma but faces a lengthy road to recovery.

She is looking after their two kids, ages three and seven.

In particular, the children have had it rough. Where is dad? they ask over and over again. When does he plan to return to his family? The pain was excruciating, Tchenar recalled.

Leaders in this diverse neighborhood emphasized the value of building a wide web of relationships.

Knowing when one of us is hurting warms my heart. The Arab American Association of New York’s executive director, Marwa Janini, praised the neighborhood’s united response.

The 62-year-old suspect, Weng Sor, has been arrested and charged with murder and other offenses.

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There is a societal effect whereby we bear our pain in private. Particularly middle-aged and older men of Asian descent.

“I would strongly urge and call for the city to invest in additional mental health services for older individuals,” said Steve Mei of the Chinese-American Planning Council.

There were several others in attendance, including Mayor Eric Adams, who used Sor’s case to advocate for more investment in mental health care.

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To ensure the safety of our city, we must address the serious mental health problems this individual was facing. And I intend to,” Adams vowed.

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