Wife of Salt River police officer in critical condition following Las Vegas shooting

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Jovanna and Francisco. Courtesy: Andrea Bernardo Jovanna and Francisco. Courtesy: Andrea Bernardo

The wife of a Salt River police officer is among the more than 500 people wounded in Sunday night's Las Vegas mass shooting, the woman's cousin confirms. 

Jovanna Calzadillas and her husband, Francisco, were in Las Vegas for a concert.

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Her cousin, Andrea Bernardo, tells Arizona's Family that Calzadillas is "a beautiful and kind young woman."

A GoFundMe account has been created to help her family with travel and care expenses. According to that page, Calzadillas is in extremely critical condition and is currently on life support. 

Several of her family members are currently traveling to Las Vegas to be with her. 


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