Atlanta Shooting Victim’s Sons Struggle to Move Forward  The New York TimesView Full Coverage on Google News
Randy and Eric Park’s mother was among eight people killed in the spa shootings. They have been largely left to navigate the world by themselves.Randy and Eric Park’s mother was among eight people killed in the spa shootings. They have been largely left to navigate the world by themselves.

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DULUTH, Ga. — It was already 1 p.m. when Randy Park tumbled out of bed one miserable March day. It had been another long night of TV and video games to distract himself from the emptiness swirling through the town house where his mother had once cooked meals between her shifts at a spa. He padded down the hallway, past her vacant bedroom, and nudged his younger brother, Eric, awake. It was past time to face another day on their own. In the immediate aftermath of the deadly shootings in the AtlanDULUTH, Ga. — It was already 1 p.m. when Randy Park tumbled out of bed one miserable March day. It had been another long night of TV and video games to distract himself from the emptiness swirling through the town house where his mother had once cooked meals between her shifts at a spa. He padded down the hallway, past her vacant bedroom, and nudged his younger brother, Eric, awake. It was past time to face another day on their own. In the immediate aftermath of the deadly shootings in the Atlan

'She Died Working for Us': Sons of Atlanta Victim Struggle to Move Forward