Victims of Henry Pratt Company plant shooting in Aurora are remembered | USA TODAY Victims of Henry Pratt Company plant shooting in Aurora are remembered | USA TODAYMy heart goes out to the victims and their families simply went to work today, like any other day, would be so selfish as to think he has the right to take a note in life. We was never forget those innocent people who were senselessly gunned down. I believe that day, Aurora showed our strength. You know that, although we were bruised, we weren’t be, and we showed that we weren’t going to run and hide as though we’re a scare or the stand and fight or strong is the America we live in today, Battlefield.
I didn’t expect the battlefield to be in my own City. Maybe that’s not an answer, but I don’t expect us to say we want to change gun laws hell with that until you change somebody’s heart – and I think Aurora understands that were we’ve had a change of heart here we I can only love each other.One year after the Henry Pratt Company plant shooting, the people of Aurora, Illinois remember the people they lost in the tragedy.
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On Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, an employee opened fire in the Henry Pratt manufacturing plant in Aurora, killing five co-workers and injuring six other people, including one worker and five policemen. After a 90-minute shoot-out, officers killed the gunman.
The gunman, 45, had worked at the plant for 15 years and had been let go moments before the shooting began.
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