Usman Pirzada Death – Usman Pirzada, a resident of Schenectady, New York, and an Aviation Technology Flight Program Student at Schenectady County Community College has sadly passed away. He was 21 years old at the time of his death. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “R. I. P. Usman Pirzada gone to soon, prayers and condolences to his family Schenectady gotta do better than this.”
More information has been revealed by the Schenectady Police Department on the incident that took place on Lincoln Avenue near Steuben Street. According to the police, the victim ended up passing away as a result of their injuries early on Wednesday morning. A Schenectady resident named Usman Pirzada, who was 21 years old, passed away at Albany Medical Center on Wednesday morning.
As soon as the police arrived, they discovered the victim, who was subsequently determined to be Pirzada, suffering from a gunshot wound. Additionally, they discovered multiple shell shells around the victim. As a result of his injuries, Pirzada was transported to Albany Medical Center, where he was subsequently pronounced dead. The incident took place in close proximity to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School of Excellence, which is part of the local school district.
Currently, a homicide investigation is being conducted into this shooting. Anyone with information about the shooting is encouraged to call the Schenectady Police Department tip line at (518) 788-6566.
Usman Pirzada was a resident of Schenectady, New York, and the beloved son of Faziyana Nadia and a caring brother to Shazia Pirzada. He went to Schenectady High School and was a student of Schenectady County Community College (SUNY SCCC) where he was studying Aviation Technology Flight Program.
A close friend of Usman Pirzada, Luis David Torres in a social media publication wrote “You will be missed brother. My heart hurting so much right now always walking in my house like he owned the place, “what’s for lunch”, always played with my kids, walked in the house without knocking like he owned the place, waking everybody up, taking naps on the couch whenever he felt coming here instead of going home.”
“Calling everyday just to talk, always knew he was ok when he was at my house and when I wouldn’t hear from him for a few days I’d call him just to check up. Always a smile on his face even when he was missing a tooth. This happen to soon to you, 21 years old. RIP Usman Pirzada.” Luis David Torres also wrote.