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SDSU Alum Says Cousin A San Bernardino Shooting Victim

Nat Behre of the New York Giants is shown in this file photo from June 15, 2015.
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Nat Behre of the New York Giants is shown in this file photo from June 15, 2015.

Giants safety Nat Berhe says his cousin was killed in Wednesday's mass shooting

San Diego State alumnus and New York Giants safety Nat Berhe said Thursday his cousin was one of the victims killed in the mass shooting that claimed 14 lives at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.

Around 10 a.m., Berhe announced via Twitter he received word one of his cousins — 60-year-old Isaac Amanios of Fontana — had died.

"Just got word that one of my cousins was among the 14 killed yesterday," Berhe wrote. "I'm so sick right now."

Berhe — who grew up in San Bernardino — also posted a map to his Twitter account on Wednesday as the attack was unfolding, showing the close proximity of his parents' office building to where the shootings occurred.

"The true terror is that this keeps happening," he wrote. "I still can't believe it. Take a moment to think of the families hurting right now."

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