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Thousand Oaks Shooting: Country Stars, Celebrities Respond

Wake up in NYC to the horrible news in California as 12 were killed in a bar last night. An…

Wake up in NYC to the horrible news in California as 12 were killed in a bar last night. An officer was killed in the tulip line when he jumped at the shooter to save his life. Join the Holy Spirit to draw those families close tomorrow. Charlie Daniels also honored Ron Helus, veteran Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant and one of the first responders. to arrive at the stage. He died of his injuries.

“Another Blue Knight disappeared last night”, “Devil Went Down to Georgia” singer tweeted. “He died in the protection and serving, as so many of his brothers and sisters have in front of him. Sgt. Ron Helus, you’re alive, there’s no higher call.”

] “So many of my friends and I have frequented that bar,” said the “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale a longtime country music fan who has a second career as a singer. “We live in a world of devastation like this may happen anywhere / anytime. I’m so sorry for the victims and everyone involved. And I’m so sad that this is so bad.”

Nashville-based singer Margo Price uploaded a photo of herself a button that reads “We can stop gun violence,” tweeting “, 13 shot in a California bar. Therefore, I carry this stick. My heart goes out to the victims and their families.”

On October 1, 2017, 58 country music fans were killed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. Some survivors of the previous attack were reported to have been on Borderline, as “Fargo” actress Carrie Coon pointed out.

“Some inside the Thousand Oaks Bar in California survived Las Vegas shooting,” wrote “Gone Girl” actress Carrie Coon . “It will not be long before we all know a victim, a survivor, a perpetrator or before we or our loved ones are victims or survivors.”

The shootings hit home for many stars outside the country scene.

“The Real” host and “Sister, Sister” star Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband, former Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, who learned her granddaughter, Alaina Housley, were among the dead.

“Our hearts are broken. We only learned that our granddaughter Alaina was a victim of the night’s shooting at the Borderline bar in a thousand Oaks.” The couple stated through his joint representative Chantal Artur. “Alaina was an incredible young woman with so much life in front of her and we are spoiled for her life to be brief in this way. We thank everyone for your prayers and pray for privacy right now.”

The couple had spent Thursday morning trying to freely try to determine the issue of Pepperdine University freshman on social media. More: Tamera Mowry-Housley, one learns niece among thousands of victims

Former Go -Gos frontwoman Belinda Carlisle was particularly heartbreaked for to see that it happened in her hometown, located about 40 miles northwest of Los Angeles. “19659011” I grew up there and know it well, “she tweeted.” I lived there when there were only dairy farmers and a thousand Oaks Blvd. Every day there is another mass photography. When will this end ???? “

] The shot was personal to comedian Christopher Titus who has played in that club. 19659011] “11 dead, shot dead, in a place I’ve done comedy. Borderline, in a thousand Oaks, “tweeted him.” Bun of college children. Brokenhearted for the dead, families, friends, coworkers, fellow students, teachers. Multiply the dead of all who loved them. Let’s just keep on staring at the sun. “


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