MOBILE, Ala (WALA) - Wendy Fisher's boyfriend described dramatic details of Saturday's shooting.
"I can tell you what happened if you want," the boyfriend said.
He said he and Fisher were outside their house on Racine with their dogs Saturday evening when the unthinkable happened.
"I was up there at the top of the driveway, and the dogs walked across at the neighbor's yard, and I heard a car speeding down. It's a pretty quite block so I heard speeding down. I said,' Baby, go grab the dogs before they get hit.' She walked across the street, and grabbed the dogs. And as the car came speeding down, she yelled at the car to slow down, and the car came to a dead stop," he explained.
Her boyfriend said they weren't prepared for what happened next.
"At least three or four of the doors opened up and one guy got out. And I came running down the driveway, and I thought that they were going to attack her, and the guy just pulled out a gun didn't say word and fired three shots," he said.
The couple ran into a neighbor's yard for cover, but it was too late for Fisher.
"The second after I heard the shots I heard, ‘Baby I been hit. Baby I been shot," Fisher's boyfriend said.
He said Fisher died in his arms.
According to her boyfriend, Fisher lost her husband to tragedy several years ago.
"Her husband was murdered, stabbed to death probably about seven years ago," he said.
Now, her two teenage children have lost both their parents.
Police said the men were driving a dark colored grey or green four door Honda, Nissan Altima, or similar style vehicle.
If you have any information on the car or the suspects, call Mobile police.
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