88-Year-Old Woman Dies From Injuries Suffered in Brutal Beating During San Jose Home Invasion

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An 88-year-old San Jose woman who was brutally beaten during a home invasion robbery last month died early Saturday from injuries she suffered in the attack, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office.

Flo Douglas, 88, left, died early Saturday from injuries sustained in a Sept. 12 home invasion robbery. Zachary Cuen, 19, right, has been charged in connection with the case. (Credit: Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office)

Flo Douglas, 88, left, died early Saturday from injuries sustained in a Sept. 12 home invasion robbery. Zachary Cuen, 19, right, has been charged in connection with the case. (Credit: Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office)

Flo Douglas, who was known as “Miss Flo” in her small community, was pronounced dead around 1:50 a.m. at a hospital, according to Sgt. Richard Glennon, a sheriff’s spokesman.

Douglas had been in the intensive care unit since the Sept. 12 attack.

“To get the news this morning was heartbreaking,” Glennon said.

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