A hooded gunman dressed in black non-stop glow on a nation dance bar renouned with college students in Southern California, murdering 11 people and a sheriff’s sergeant. The shooter also died in a melee.
The nation strain universe woke adult Thursday to learn of a second mass sharpened to strike that village in as many years. Twelve people were killed and some-more harmed after a gunman non-stop glow during a college night at Borderline, a nation dance bar in Thousand Oaks, California. The gunman was found passed inside.
“Waking adult in NYC to a terrible news in California that 12 were killed in a nation bar final night,” tweeted Big Rich thespian John Rich. “1 officer killed in a line of avocation as he ran toward a shooter to save lives. Join me in seeking a Holy Spirit to lift those families tighten this morning.”
Country idol Charlie Daniels also honored Ron Helus, the veteran Ventura County sheriff’s sergeant and one of a initial responders to arrive on the scene. He died of his injuries.
“Another Blue Knight was mislaid final night,” a “Devil Went Down to Georgia” thespian tweeted. “He died in a act of safeguarding and serving, as so many of his brothers and sisters have before him. Sgt. Ron Helus, we died saving lives. There is no aloft calling.”
Another Blue Knight was mislaid final night. He died in a act of safeguarding and serving, as so many of his brothers and sisters have before him.
Sgt. Ron Helus, we died saving lives
There is no aloft calling
Rest In Peace
Sincere condolences to a family and coworkers
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) November 8, 2018
Kelsea Ballerini took to her Instagram story to share that her “heart is damaged that this keeps happening,” charity condolences to “the families of a victims from a comfortless eventuality final night in Thousand Oaks.”
“Out of respect, we are postponing a recover of a MMM video,” she added, referring to her strain “Miss Me More.”
LeAnn Rimes Cibrian pronounced this sharpened “hits approach too tighten to home.” “My heart is with everybody effected by this terrible tragedy,” she tweeted.
Country thespian Aubrie Sellers suggested she designed to revisit a bar a fatal night.
“Last night we were going to go line dancing during 9:30 PM during a bar called Borderline we listened about in Thousand Oaks,” she tweeted. “An hour before we were to leave, we got home and Laney’s eye was distended close so we didn’t go. Thinking of everybody influenced by this today. Truly unbelievable.”
Last night we were going to go line dancing during 9:30 PM during a bar called Borderline we listened about in Thousand Oaks… an hour before we were to leave, we got home and Laney’s eye was distended close so we didn’t go. Thinking of everybody influenced by this today. Truly unbelievable.
— AUBRIE SELLERS (@aubriesellers) November 8, 2018
“So many of my friends we have bustling that bar,” pronounced “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale, a longtime nation strain fan who has a second career as a singer. “We live in a universe where extinction like this can occur anywhere/anytime. I’m so contemptible to a victims everybody involved. And I’m so contemptible pain like this occurs.”
So unhappy about a tragedy in Thousand Oaks. So many of my friends we have bustling that bar . We live in a universe where extinction like this can occur anywhere/anytime. I’m so contemptible to a victims everybody involved. And I’m so contemptible pain like this occurs 💔
— Lucy Hale (@lucyhale) November 8, 2018
Nashville-based thespian Margo Price posted a print of her herself wearing a pin that review “We can finish gun violence,” tweeting, “13 shot passed in a California bar. This is because we wear this pin. My heart goes out to a victims and their families.”
On Oct. 1, 2017, 58 nation strain fans were killed during a Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas. Some survivors of a progressing conflict were reported to have been during Borderline, as “Fargo” singer Carrie Coon forked out.
“Some inside a Thousand Oaks Bar in California survived a Las Vegas shooting,” a wrote “Gone Girl” actress. “It won’t be prolonged before we all know a victim, a survivor, a perpetrator, or before we or a desired ones ARE victims or survivors.”
The shootings strike home for many stars outward of a nation scene.
“The Real” horde and “Sister, Sister” star Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband, former Fox News match Adam Housley, learned their niece, Alaina Housley, was among a dead.
“Our hearts are broken. We usually schooled that a niece Alaina was one of a victims of final night’s sharpened during Borderline bar in Thousand Oaks,” a integrate settled around their corner deputy Chantal Artur. “Alaina was an implausible immature lady with so most life forward of her and we are ravaged that her life was cut brief in this manner. We appreciate everybody for your prayers and ask for remoteness during this time.”
The integrate had spent Thursday morning frantically perplexing to discern a Pepperdine University freshman’s locale on amicable media.
More: Tamera Mowry-Housley, husband learn niece was among Thousand Oaks victims
Former Go-Gos frontwoman Belinda Carlisle was generally sad to see it happened in her hometown, located during about 40 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
“I grew adult there and know it well,” she tweeted. “I lived there when it was usually dairy farms and Thousand Oaks Blvd. Every day now there is another mass shooting. When will this end????”
The sharpened was personal for comedian Christopher Titus and “The Voice” alum Meghan Linsey, who both has achieved in that really club.
“11 dead, shot to death, in a place I’ve finished comedy. Borderline, in Thousand Oaks,” he tweeted. “Bunch of college kids. Brokenhearted for a dead, families, friends, coworkers, associate students, teachers. Multiply a passed by EVERYONE THAT LOVED THEM. Then let’s usually keep staring during a sun.”
Linsey tweeted: “So many of my friends and we have played this bar. How devastating. My thoughts and intense prayers go out to a victims, their families and a Borderline staff.”
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Ryan Seacrest prayed not usually for “the lives mislaid and those affected,” though also for “the change we need to finish gun violence.”
“Modern family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and “This Is Us” star Mandy Moore commented on another mass shooting.
“Sickened by a news of nonetheless another sharpened this morning. This usually can NOT be a new normal,” Ferguson tweeted.
Moore added: “Absolutely gutted to arise adult to this news. Again. we can’t suppose a abjact pain grief of a families who mislaid desired ones, including Sheriff Helus who ran in to save victims during a shooting-my heart is with you. Why do we continue to do zero to forestall these tragedies?”
“My heart breaks for Thousand Oaks today. My heart is dirt from being damaged for so many places in a nation so many times,” “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda lamented, adding a couple to Every Town for Gun Safety.
Chelsea Clinton beaten home a indicate that a U.S. has had many identical incidents in new memory.
“We are on a hamster circle of insanity. Another day of grief. Another day of outrage,” “Frozen” star Josh Gad said. ” Another day of families unnecessarily training their desired ones are dead. But, don’t worry, we remember from all of a other times we’ve finished this…’Guns aren’t a problem.’ “
“Another meaningless act. 13 passed in another mass shooting. Families ravaged by violence. Again,” Ellen DeGeneres tweeted.” My heart is with a people of Thousand Oaks, and with everybody fighting to make change.”
Another meaningless act. 13 passed in another mass shooting. Families ravaged by violence. Again. My heart is with a people of Thousand Oaks, and with everybody fighting to make change.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) November 8, 2018
“The Office” star Rainn Wilson added, “My heart breaks for my neighbors in Thousand Oaks and a victims of a clearly unconstrained tide of gun assault in a country.”
My heart breaks for my neighbors in Thousand Oaks and a victims of a clearly unconstrained tide of gun assault in a country.
— RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) November 8, 2018
The shooter: Marine maestro Ian David Long identified as Thousand Oaks gunman
What we know: 11 victims, one initial responder passed after Thousand Oaks bar shooting
‘He died a hero’: Ventura County Sheriff Sgt. Ron Helus among dead