Boulder Strong: Memorials, Vigils Grow In Memory Of 10 Mass Shooting Victims
BOULDER, Colo. – Memorials across Boulder, Colorado, continue to grow as the community mourns the loss of the victims killed in the supermarket mass shooting.
Vigils are also starting to take place nightly.
On Wednesday night, hundreds gathered at the Boulder Court House to find comfort, strength and hope in numbers.
Earlier in the day, residents lined the streets to say goodbye to Boulder Police officer Eric Talley, who ran into the grocery store on Monday to save. He was one of the 10 people killed.
The words “Boulder Strong” is being seen in the variety of acts people are doing in the city, like a bag piper who used his talent to bring comfort to those grieving in front of the King Soopers where the tragedy happened.
Memorials are cropping up all over town in honor of the 10 victims as people from all walks of life pay their respects.
The community will be dealing with the loss for months and even years to come, but there is strength in numbers. And there is something to be said about “Boulder Strong.”
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