Man killed in music stores described as 'really kind soul'

81-year-old Jerome Eisenberg of Henderson was killed on Monday after a vehicle plowed into a music store.

Eisenberg was known by his neighbors as "Jerry."

"He was just a really kind soul, stopped by and asked if I ever needed any help," said Sally Hamilton, who lived across the street from Eisenberg.

Henderson police say they received several calls around 3:50 p.m. Callers said that someone had "accidentally" drove into the Anthem Hills Music store at 10345 S. Eastern Avenue, near Horizon Ridge Parkway.

Eisenberg was in the store at that time. He was transported to St. Rose Dominican Hospital. Police later notified the media that the man died from his injuries.

The driver of the vehicle was not injured.

Witnesses told 13 Action News the female driver hit the gas while a parking spot with enough force to take out a railing, destroy a curb and crash through the glass. Witnesses said the woman then reversed the car after crashing into the store and appeared to be in shock.

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