In the wake of a tragedy, a GoFundMe campaign established for the victim has amassed more than $91,000 in donations. The campaign was set up following the unfortunate and unnecessary death of Dylan Isaacs, a dedicated Buffalo Bills fan who passed away after the team's win against the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Sunday night.
Isaacs was in Miami enjoying the company of close friends for the game. According to Miami authorities, an altercation ignited outside the stadium between Isaacs, his companions, and the perpetrator. The conflict escalated, prompting the unidentified individual to alight from their car and discharge numerous shots at Isaacs, leading to his tragic death at the scene, which was confirmed around midnight.
Dylan was struck by a car and thrown off his feet, according to his grieving mother Susan. He stood up and attempted to chase after the vehicle when the driver fired at him.
Dylan's mother depicted Dylan as a fervent basketball player, a diehard Bills fan, but above all a person who derived great pleasure from making his family laugh.
Miami Crime Stoppers is offering a monetary incentive of up to $5,000 for any details that might assist in the apprehension of the shooter involved in the incident. The public is urged to call 305-471-8477 if they have any information. He is still at-large.
If you would like to donate to the GoFundMe page, you can do so here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-bring-dylan-home-bills-fan-shot-in-miami