Faisal Razmal holds his daughter Bib Maryam Razmal, 16-months-old, as he shares breakfast with his wife Madeema Razmal at Skyview Villa Apartments on Sun., Sept. 13, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Last August as Faisal had just ended his security guard shift and returned to the Skyview Villa Apartments, he was shot in the eye with a flare gun. "It felt like my face was on fire," he said about his eye injury, describing how he crumpled to the ground screaming for someone to call 911. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Faisal Razmal holds his daughter Bib Maryam Razmal, 16-months-old, as he shares breakfast with his wife Madeema Razmal at Skyview Villa Apartments on Sun., Sept. 13, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. Last August as Faisal had just ended his security guard shift and returned to the Skyview Villa Apartments, he was shot in the eye with a flare gun. "It felt like my face was on fire," he said about his eye injury, describing how he crumpled to the ground screaming for someone to call 911. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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