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Topic : Man killed at Trump rally 'died a hero,' Pennsylvania governor says
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TITLE : Man killed at Trump rally 'died a hero,' Pennsylvania governor says

Man killed at Trump rally 'died a hero,' Pennsylvania governor says

 

 

Man killed at Trump rally 'died a hero,' Pennsylvania governor says - ABC  News

 

 

 

The man killed at a Trump rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, on Saturday has been identified.

 

Corey Comperatore, 50, was a firefighter and a father of two daughters, Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro said Sunday. He was from Sarver, Pennsylvania.

 

Comperatore "died a hero" when he "dove on his family" to protect them from the gunfire during the rally, his wife said, according to Shapiro.

 

"Corey was an avid supporter of the former president and was so excited to be there last night with him in the community," Shapiro said.

"Loving man, down to earth, family first kind of guy. Church-going man," said Craig Cirrincione, who worked at the Buffalo Township Volunteer Fire Company with Comperatore.

 

"Loved his family. Do anything for anyone. I mean, volunteered here for years," Cirrincione told ABC News.

 

Cirrincione said he wasn't surprised Comperatore sacrificed himself to save his family, adding, "It wouldn't even surprise me for a complete stranger."

 

Two other people are now in stable condition after being critically wounded in the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump, authorities said.

 

Pennsylvania State Police identified the two injured victims as 57-year-old David Dutch from New Kensington and 74-year-old James Copenhaver of Moon Township.

 

"These victims and their families are certainly in our thoughts today," said Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Col. Christopher Paris. "The Pennsylvania State Police continue to work tirelessly alongside our federal, state and local partners as this investigation continues."

 

Trump expressed condolences for the victims and their families in a post on TruthSocial.

 

"We pray for the recovery of those who were wounded, and hold in our hearts the memory of the citizen who was so horribly killed," he wrote Sunday.

 

In a briefing Sunday, President Joe Biden extended his "deepest condolences" to Comperatore's family.

 

"He was a father. He was protecting his family from the bullets that were being fired, and he lost his life. God love him," Biden said.

 

 

Source: https://abcnews.go.com/US/man-killed-trump-rally-died-hero-governor/story?id=111927579

 

Comprehension

Who was the man killed at the Trump rally in Butler, Pennsylvania?
How did Corey Comperatore die?
Where was Corey Comperatore from?
How did Corey Comperatore’s colleagues describe him?
Who identified the two other injured victims?
What did President Joe Biden say in his briefing about Comperatore?
How did former President Donald Trump express his condolences?
What is the current condition of the two injured victims?

Discussion

Have you joined in any political rallies in your country?
How do you think the community will honor Corey Comperatore’s bravery?
How can we promote non-violence and peaceful political discourse in society?
What safety measures do you think could be implemented at political rallies to prevent such incidents?
How do you feel about people who risk their lives to protect others?
How can communities support the families of victims in such tragic events?
What impact do you think this incident will have on future political rallies in the area?
How important do you think it is for political figures to address and show empathy after such events?
How can law enforcement agencies improve their response to potential threats at public events?
What role do you think first responders play in ensuring safety at large gatherings?
How can media coverage affect public perception of incidents like this?
What lessons can be learned from this incident to improve public safety in the future?

Vocabulary

Avid - Having or showing a keen interest in or enthusiasm for something.
Hero - A person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.
Sacrifice - To give up something valuable or important for the sake of other considerations.
Condolences - Expressions of sympathy, especially on the occasion of a death.
Stable - Not likely to change or fail; firmly established.
Volunteer - A person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task.
Assassination - The act of killing someone, especially a prominent person, for political or ideological reasons.
Tirelessly - With great effort or energy, without becoming tired or giving up.