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Local vigils honor lives lost to violence in the LGBTQ community following Colorado Springs mass shooting

Summary by Ground News
Eddie Reynoso is the Executive Director of Equality Business Alliance. He came to Hillcrest Pride Flag to pay his respects and be there for other San Diegans in the LGBTQ+ community. Five people were killed and 18 more were injured before heroic patrons of Club Q subdued the gunman.
Published 3 months ago · Colorado Springs, United States

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