The Cayman family of a man shot in the United States say his life support machine has been switched off, but technically he remains alive.
Eric Rivers was shot by a former employee who lost his job at Accent Signage Systems in Minneapolis where Mr. Rivers worked as a manager.
Members of Eric River’s family left Grand Cayman Wednesday afternoon, headed to Minnesota to be at his bedside.
Before leaving, Eric’s cousin Ray Welds told Cayman 27, although the machine had been disconnected, Mr. Rivers was still alive earlier on Wednesday.
Mr. Welds also says his cousin tells Cayman 27 he is a father of 2 and was a regular visitor to Cayman to see his family that still lived here.
Six people – including gunman Andrew Engeldinger – died in the shooting spree.