Dylan Hockley died in Anne Marie Murphy's arms | The Autism News
Staring down the barrel of a rifle, Anne Marie Murphy pulled Dylan Hockley close to her, trying to shield him from the hail of bullets that would kill them both. Dylan, 6, had special needs, his family said Monday. And Murphy was his "amazing" aide, they said. He loved her, pointing happily to her photo on theHockley's refrigerator every day. "We take great comfort in knowing that Dylan was not alone when he died," said his parents, Ian and Nicole Hockley.
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