UPDATE:Beaver Woman Shot, Wounded in Las Vegas Shooting
KSCB News - October 2, 2017 7:34 pm
UPDATE from Shelby’s mom Krissy:
They didn’t do surgery. She was misdiagnosed with a broken arm (she does not have a broken arm)just a broken collar bone with bullet fragments in the shoulder/chest area and a bruised lung. The bullet fragmented into so many pieces that there is no way to remove them. The swelling went down around the collarbone and the broken bones are lined up so no surgery is needed at this time. Treatment plan is antibiotics and physical therapy. Thank you to everyone who has called, sent private messages, texted and sent prayers. We appreciate it more than you will ever know. Please continue to keep us and Shelby in your prayers. ❤️❤️
A Balko Oklahoma church is asking for prayers after a daughter of two of its members was injured in the Las Vegas shooting Sunday night.
According to family members and the Balko Baptist Church, Shelby Perry, 22, was shot in the arm and is preparing for surgery.
Shelby’s parents, Krissy and Dewayne Perry, were driving to Las Vegas to be with their daughter.
Shelby’s mom stated Monday evening: “She has a broken arm, collarbone and she was hit in the right bicep. Bullet hit so hard when it broke her arm that it broke the collarbone. She is having surgery tomorrow.”
There has been an expense and medical fund set up at the First Security Bank in Beaver.
Shelby graduated from Beaver High School, was a student at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and works at Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.