Chattanooga shooting: Prayer vigil held for victims

July 17, 2015

Hundreds gathered to mourn the deaths of four US Marines in an attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee yesterday. Redemption Point Church in the city held a vigil last night, just hours after the shooting. "Our hearts and our prayers are with the families of the slain soldiers, who lost their lives because of a senseless act of evil," Pastor Kevin Wallace said, according to WHNT 19.

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