by: Carl Willis Updated:
COBB COUNTY, Ga. - The mother of a local Marine attacked and left in a parking lot said her son may not wake up.
Gamble's mother, Tina Robbins, said she's not giving up and is taking to the Internet and social media to find clues.
Robbins shared a letter Gamble wrote to his family after he was deployed to Iraq.
"I think that someone had his attention and someone else came behind him, and he took a horrific blow to the back of the head," Robbins said. "This is no different than if someone would have come in and shot him point blank with a gun."
Robbins has been at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital around the clock at her son's side.
She said his condition is grave and said an MRI shows that he may have had a third stroke on Monday.
Tuesday, more than a week since
"Zach is a great person and he fought for our country not once, but twice," she said. "He has a little boy that's
On March 25, Cobb County
They were called to the scene after a cab driver called 911 after accidentally hitting him as he lay unconscious.
Robbins hopes that those at the party will speak
"On Change.org, you can sign a petition to keep this alive with Cobb County until we find out exactly what happened," Robbins said.
The family has also started a Facebook page: "Justice for Zach Gamble."
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.
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