Short fare taxi refusal blamed in death of Muzik nightclub shooting victim

Global News

TORONTO – The best friend of a 26-year-old Toronto woman killed during the deadly Muzik nightclub shooting believes she would have lived if it were not for the taxi drivers who refused to pick them up because their fare was too low.

Franca Abate told the Toronto Star Arelia Navarro-Fenoy was fatally shot after around 10 taxis declined to give them a ride on Dufferin St. as they rushed to vacate the chaotic scene.

Abate said she and Navarro-Fenoy, both roommates who lived near Bathurst St. and Lake Shore Blvd., then attempted to head towards a friend’s car when they encountered a group of men arguing and a round of gunfire erupted.

READ MORE: Police identify victims in deadly Muzik nightclub shooting

Navarro-Fenoy was fatally shot as they both tried to get away, Abate told the newspaper.

Duvel Hibbert, 23, was also killed at a separate shooting scene while attending the OVO…

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