Patrick J. McDonnell,LA Times•August 2, 2020
Word spread quickly here after gunfire erupted at a neighborhood drug rehab center.
Natalia Acosta Medina bolted from her patio, sprinted through the muddy streets and climbed the stairs of the two-story facility.
More than two dozen blood-spattered men lay face-down, some with heads split open, others groaning in agony.
“I turned over the bodies one by one and looked at their faces,” Acosta recalled. “But I never found my son.”