The Independent London Newspaper
25th March 2017

Family tell how woman injured in Kilburn gunfire is 'traumatised' by murder of friend

    Sabrina Moss

    Pictured: Murdered nursery teacher Sabrina Moss

    Published: 29 August 2013


    THE young woman injured in the same gunfire that killed Sabrina Moss in Kilburn on Saturday is “traumatised” over the death of her “beloved friend”, her family have said today.


    Sabrina Gachette, 24, is recovering in hospital after being wounded in the attack in Kilburn High Road on Saturday.


    The 24-year-old had spent the night celebrating Miss Moss' 24th birthday when a gunman killed the nursery school teacher from Edgware, injured her and two other victims.


    Today (Thursday) Martell Warren, 22, from Hillingdon, was charged with murder, three counts of attempted murder and two fire arms offences with intent to harm.


    In a statement released through Scotland Yard, the family of Sabrina Gachette today urged witnesses to come forward and said her future has been “destroyed.”


    It said: “Sabrina is a loving, courageous, wise and caring individual. She is not only a daughter and sister but an aunty, she was looking forward to the future but this has now been destroyed. No words can describe how we feel as a family. Sabrina is currently traumatised. We hope she doesn't only get through this but also the death of her beloved friend, Sabrina (Moss). We would ask anyone who saw what happened to Sabrina, and her friend, to help the police and tell them what they know.”


    Anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call the incident room at Hendon on 020 8358 0300 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



    Post new comment

    By submitting this form, you accept the Mollom privacy policy.