to connectVideoGunman kill 9 outside a bar in Dayton, OH
This creates two fatal shootings in the past 24 hours, following a shooting incident in El Paso, Texas, which is 20 dead and six wounded.
A man armed with a gun, with a capability of 100 rounds of ammunition opened fire outside a day in Dayton, Ohio, for the killing of nine people, including his sister, during the second U.S. mass shooting in less than 24 hours.
Connor Betts, armed with a .223-caliber rifle and wearing a bullet-proof vest, and earplugs, and opened fire out of Ned Pepper’s Bar in the town of Oregon, in the Neighborhood of 1 hour, the Officers in the area of the “neutralized,” Betts, within 30 seconds of the first shot being fired, according to police.
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Here are the heart-rending stories of victims who have passed away.
Megan Betts, 22
Megan Beets was one of nine people killed in Sunday’s
Megan Betts, the sister of the shooter, Connor Betts, who was one of the first people to have been killed in the shoot-out.
The police said that the brothers and sisters, when we arrived at the Oregon District, with some other friends, but were separated at some point before the shoot-out.
The Wright State University in Dayton, it turned out that Megan Beets has studied earth and environmental sciences and has worked as a guide at the Smokejumper Visitor Center in Missoula, Montana, this summer. She was an intern, through a program run by the Student Conservation Association.
Lois Oglesby, 27
Lois Oglesby was a nursing student, who has just returned from maternity leave on children’s day care center, and her cousin, Derasha Merrett, told the Dayton Daily News.
“She was a wonderful mother, a wonderful person,” Merrett said. “I’ve been crying so much, I can’t cry.”
She leaves behind a newborn son and older daughter as well. Oglesby aspired to work with children.
“We grew up as cousins,” Merrett said. “We grew up in the same church on the same drill team as well. They are working with my children in the day care centre. We all grew up in the small town. We are all related to each other. We are all the pain behind.”
Mind You, Fudge, 57
The Springfield, Ohio resident with a family, and when he was killed, by a sister of one of the shooting victims, told the Daily News.
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“They’re all down there enjoying themselves, and got out of it, I think, is one of the clubs that were in line to get something to eat,” said Twyla Southall.
Logan Turner’s, 30’s
Logan Turner has just celebrated his birthday on Tuesday, and was out with friends Sunday morning, his mom told the Daily News.
He graduated with a degree in engineering from the University of Toledo and worked as a machine operator in Springboro, Danita Turner said.
“He was a very generous and kind, and the world’s best son,” she said. “Everyone loved Logan. He was a happy-go-lucky guy.”
Springboro High School’s guidance counselor, and coach Ryan Wilhite posted an image of the victory, the play of the game of football.
“The heart is broken,” he wrote. “When you have such a great young man, lost too soon. We pray for comfort and healing for his family and all his companions who did so much for him. Rest easy at 78.”
Nicholas Cumer, 25
Nicholas Cumer, was a graduate student at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa., who was working as an intern at the Dayton facility for people living with cancer and cancer treatment.
“He was committed to the care of others,” university President Malachi Van Tassell said in a statement.
Cumer was shot by 2019 is the Involvement of the Awards to the students who had completed more than 100 hours of service, the school said in an announcement of his death.
A mass will be arranged in memory of Malachi, he said.
Jevin Lamar and described to his cousin, Thomas McNichols, “a great father, a great brother, he was a guardian,” in an interview with the New York Times.
Thomas McNichols was remembered as a “gentle giant” by his family, following his death early Sunday during a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio.
The 25-year-old was well-known as a “Teejay” and I played kickball at the family get-togethers. His aunt, Donna Johnson, who referred to him as a “gentle giant.”
The father-of-four, was living with the Johnson’s in-Group.
Monica Brickhouse, 39, and Beatrice Warren-Curtis, 36
Those who knew Beatrice Warren-Curtis street Brickhouse, described them as a close friend.
“I was devastated this morning when I got the news, and still don’t feel like I have a heart inside of me. Nicole Curtis and Monica Storey Brickhouse was when a couple of my work to the daughters,” Tonya Amos posted on Facebook.
Monica, Brickhouse, and Beatrice Warren-Curtis, were both killed during a mass shooting at a Dayton, Ohio’s entertainment district.
“I have had the opportunity to manage and mentor them for a few years now. We were sitting next to each other each and every day. We have laughed and cried together. The shared stories and supported each other. These two ladies have been very special to me. I am sad, and angry, and such a senseless loss. I can’t imagine how their families feel, I feel the same way. Lord have mercy on you,” she continued.
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Brickhouse is originally from Springfield, Ohio, but has lived in Virginia Beach, according to her Facebook account.
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Sunday’s rampage was the nation’s second mass shooting in less than 24 hours after at least 20 people have been killed in El Paso, Texas.