Updated:ORANGE COUNTY, Fla —
Gladys Cabrera’s family organized an event Saturday outside the Sedanos Supermarket on Curry Ford Road and Semoran Boulevard to thank the community and raise awareness about domestic violence.
Cabrera’s family partnered with Harbour House and Nuevo Sendero, organization that help victims of domestic violence.
Cabrera was one of four victims shot at the Las Dominicana's Salon last month.
On Oct. 18, Police said 36-year-old Bradford Baumet walked into the beauty salon and killed three women before shooting himself to death at a nearby home that same day.
According to police, Baumet was served with a domestic violence injunction on Oct. 9 and was to be in Orange County court the day of the shooting.
Police said the shootings started over domestic issues.
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