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Vigil Held For Colorado Massacre Victims
A tribute in Aurora, Colorado on Sunday to those who lost their lives in the movie theater massacre.
FOX New Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from Aurora, Colorado:
At the University of Colorado Hospital:
(Obama) “I had a chance to visit with each family and most of the conversation was filled with memory.”
President Obama describing sharing hugs, tears and laughs with victims’ families and this community has become one. Thousands turned out outside City Hall for a show of support for victims and each other.
(Vigil Attendee) “We just look at each other like our brothers and sisters and our children and, you know, this community wants to heal.”
And makeshift memorials continue to grow and 12 crosses now line a small hill just across the street from the movie complex that’s still roped off with police tape.
In Aurora, Colorado, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.