Fla. deputy shot in head showing signs of improving health
By Andrew Tran and Ihosvani Rodriguez
Related: Man who shot Fla. deputy practiced headshots often
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — All who are pulling for a Broward Sheriff's deputy who was shot in the head two weeks ago have been waiting for a sign, any sign, that he would survive.
Finally they got a thumbs-up, according to the cleric who led a prayer vigil last week at the hospital where Detective Maury Hernandez, 28, remains on a ventilator in critical condition.
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