Chicago isn’t safe.

This father of three, working full-time to provide for his family, was murdered last Tuesday morning in Chicago.

He had talked with his family about moving away from the violence plaguing Chicago.

He didn’t leave soon enough.

Murdered Father of 3 Talked of Leaving Chicago to Keep His Family Safe

CHICAGO (DNA Info) — Before he was fatally shot in the head and robbed on the Far South Side Tuesday morning, Gino Angotti talked of getting out of Chicago.

“He said he was scared because the gangbangers were out there shooting all the time,” his sister, Vanessa Snyder, said. “His gut instinct told him, ‘I better leave Chicago or I’m gonna get killed’.”

The 20-year-old East Side father of three was was found unresponsive on the street in the 10900 block of South Mackinaw Avenue just before 8 a.m., police said.

Angotti, who lived in the 10900 block of South Buffalo Avenue, was pronounced dead on the scene a half hour later, less than 300 feet from his home, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner.

“I heard he went back there that night to take his kids to daycare,” Snyder said. “Isn’t that sad? He died taking his kids to daycare.”

Family members, including two of Angotti’s sisters, described the young man as a hard-working, at times “vulnerable,” father who did all he could to provide for his children, ages 3, 1 and 9 months.