Mother of youngest Colorado shooting victim loses baby in miscarriage (VIDEO)

In more heartbreaking news from the Colorado shooting, Ashley Moser, the pregnant woman who lost her 6-year-old daughter in the ordeal and took a bullet to the stomach, miscarried her unborn child.  


Many were calling the baby a "miracle" for surviving the initial wounds Moser sustained in the shooting. But after undergoing surgery related to her neck and abdomen wounds, the 25-year-old suffered a miscarriage, as revealed in the statement her family released this past weekend. The tragedy is especially devastating since Moser already lost one daughter in the Aurora massacre, Veronica Moser-Sullivan, the youngest victim killed in the attack.

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Hearing this, it makes me wonder if we will ever really stop dealing with the aftermath of that terrible night. I just can't imagine how she and her loved ones must be dealing with such a great loss, all caused at the hands of one evil and cruel gunman. No one person or family should have to suffer so much, especially when they were victims of such a random and senseless act of violence, and I am so saddened on Moser's behalf. She is so young and yet she's already experienced enough tragedy for a lifetime.

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I know that the punishment of James Holmes will only be a miniscule consolation after what she's already gone through, but I hope for the sake of Moser and her family, that he is convicted harshly and given no second thoughts from there on out. In the meantime, my thoughts and prayers are with Moser and her loved ones.

What's your reaction to the devastating news? Tell us in the comments below.

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on Jul 30, 2012 at 10:09 PM
my heart goes out to you and I pray to god be with you. may he give you peace I am so sorry about your loss. you are in my prayers.
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on Aug 1, 2012 at 2:22 PM
Why is a mother bringing a 6 year old to a PG-13 movie showing at midnight? Not only is the movie content not appropriate for a six year old, but the movie is close to 3 hours long, making the end time at 3 am. 3 am is not acceptable either for a child to be out so late. This poor family does not deserve what happened to them. But you still have to ask the questions... on why the daughter was there in the first place.
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on Aug 2, 2012 at 4:52 PM
Ray It is so easy to judge, but the reality is this women will be torturing herself w/this question. She is suffering and in pain...compassion please!
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