Las Vegas massacre survivors hold vigil for Thousand Oaks shooting victims

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Mr. McNey has survived two mass shootings just a year apart: first, at the county music festival in Las Vegas, then once again in Thousand Oaks this week.

Long, who opened fire at the country music bar in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday, was seen by a mental health specialist in April who anxious the 28-year-old Marine veteran might have post-traumatic stress disorder.

Telemachus Orfanos served in the Navy from 2011 to 2013 as a sonar technician.

President Donald Trump is blaming mental illness for the California bar shooting that left 13 people dead, including the shooter.

"It just doesn't feel real that it's all gone", Fultz said. "We are going to stand with them, and we're going to work through this together", said Stacie Armentrout, who survived the shooting at Route 91. Orfanos liked to focus on the positive. Long's high school track coach said he physically assaulted her his senior year, but she never filed charges.

Heather Wynalda, 47, said her brother and his family lost their home to the fire, only a day or so after her niece and nephew heard the screams and gunshots from the Borderline Bar while visiting their mother's house nearby.

Typically after incidents like this week's shooting, regular Americans, politicians, and celebrities offer their "thoughts and prayers" to the victims, which has turned the phrase into a meme about inaction on gun control.

She said she wanted Congress "to pass gun control so no one else has a child that doesn't come home".

"He made it through Las Vegas, he came home".

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"I didn't sleep", she explained. "He'd just kind of close himself up, and I think he had a really hard time reaching out for help because of his personality". I mean, you know, he's a resident of this area.

In recent years, right after a mass shooting happens in the United States, some politicians have said it's not the appropriate time to discuss gun control. "The second time around doesn't get any easier".

"The chills go up your spine".

"If you were a victim of a crime, you want him investigating the case", Buschow said.

He said he threw two of his friends to the floor and covered them with his body. Six of his friends were killed at the Borderline shooting.ImageResidents threatened by a wildfire fled to the Thousand Oaks Teen Center on Friday.

Much like his experience in Las Vegas, shots rang out while he and his friends enjoyed a special night devoted to country music fans. The only thing I that could have wished for is to have something better than a bar stool, ' he said. "People come back and it's a disgusting thing, they come back and are never the same", he said. You're always picking up on social cues.

"Hey, I got to go handle a call". Kelly said he'll be looking to God for comfort in the coming weeks and months.

"He'd be the first to rush in to try to solve the problem to try to neutralize that threat, so I know he didn't have a moment's hesitation to go in when he heard those shots", Keradjian said.