Brooklyn McDonald’s worker shot in neck over cold french fries has died

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The Brooklyn McDonald’s worker who was shot in the neck after serving the suspect’s mother cold french fries finally died at Brookdale Hospital on Friday after surviving several days on life support.

According to the New York Post, 23-year-old Matthew Webb was left brain dead from the neck injury he sustained on August 1 but the NYPD said he “succumbed to his injuries” and passed away at the hospital.

“I’m really not ready for this,” Webb’s mother said. “I’m just going back and forth with so many flashes in mind. My mind is not stable.”

The police said the attack has been deemed a homicide and suspect Michael Morgan, 20, will reportedly face upgraded homicide charges in a New York court on Monday. Morgan has already been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon and is being held without bail.

Morgan allegedly shot the victim following an argument over cold french fries. While grabbing a bite to eat at McDonald’s located at 1531 Fulton St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, the suspect’s mother complained to McDonald’s employees that she was served food that wasn’t piping hot.

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