Father Of Son Killed In Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting: ‘Absolutely Heart-Wrenching’

Father Of Son Killed In Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting: ‘Absolutely Heart-Wrenching’

Father Of Son Killed In Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting: ‘Absolutely Heart-Wrenching’

Telemachus Orfanos also loved country music, and that is why he was attending the October 1, 2017 Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire at the crowd, his father told National Public Radio.

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 was a U.S. Navy veteran with a thick beard, an easy smile and a gladiator helmet tattoo. "There are too many people with guns that shouldn't have them".

"It just doesn't feel real that it's all gone", Fultz said.

"The mental health experts out there cleared him that day", Dean said on Thursday, reports The Telegraph. Orfanos liked to focus on the positive.

She said the gunman "knew what he was doing", Fox News reported. "I don't want thoughts", said his mother, Susan Schmidt-Orfanos.

"I don't want prayers".

"We didn't want her life to end", Martha Morisette told the Los Angeles Times. "I don't want thoughts", she says.

British music producer David Tickle and his model fiancée Kate Elizabeth Hallam were awoken at 3am on Friday morning (California time) by a desperate knock on their window and a police loud speaker at their home in Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. "I'm alive and home safe", she said on Facebook. "It's hard to sleep after these kinds of things".

"You might not know everybody's name but you're there for everyone", resident Sara Willis told local station KABC.

"I already didn't wish it on anybody to begin with for the first time", Kelly said outside his home in Thousand Oaks.

"The chills go up your spine". It's desensitized completely", Sanford said, adding, "I think twice about going anywhere, honestly.

Miriah Piasecki said two of her best friends were killed.

"I looked him in his eyes while he killed my friends I hope he rots in hell for eternity", he wrote on Instagram.

Much like his experience in Las Vegas, shots rang out while he and his friends enjoyed a special night devoted to country music fans. He expressed shock that the community had to pivot so quickly from Wednesday night's shooting to fire preparation."Because it's an emergency, you have to suck it up and do what you can, and you put your emotions on a shelf a little bit to process later", he said.

"It's like we're all walking around in a trance", said evacuee Cynthia Ball from the makeshift structure where she fled after raging flames forced her from her home in Thousand Oaks.

Firefighters have saved thousands of homes despite working in "extreme, tough fire conditions that they said they have never seen in their life", Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby said.

"When Route 91 happened, survivors of other mass shootings came out to help us, support us", she said.

So far, 328 people have died and 1251 have been injured as a result of mass shootings - incidents in which four or more people were shot or killed - in the United States in 2018.

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