Information Released On Chattanooga Killing Spree Victims
Investigators are searching for the reasons why Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez went on a deadly shooting spree in Chattanooga, Tennessee Thursday.
Four marines were killed Thursday in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We’re now learning more about them.
Flags are flying at half-staff at city hall in Springfield, Massachusetts for gunnery sergeant Thomas J. Sullivan.
The governor posted Sullivan’s photo on Facebook saying “terror comes home to Massachusetts”.
Lance corporal Squire “Skip” Wells — a Georgia native, also among the fallen. He joined the military to follow in his family’s footsteps.
Staff sergeant David Wyatt’s wife confirmed his death on her Facebook page and thanked people for their prayers.
And sergeant Carson Holmquist — who was originally from Grantsburg, Wisconsin — also shot and killed.
The wounded include:
Navy logistics specialist, Randall Smith. His grandmother said he saw the shooter and tried to warn others before being shot three times.
A Marine Corps recruiter was wounded in the leg.
And a police officer was shot in the ankle.
Meanwhile, authorities are still trying to figure out what motivated Abdulazeez to commit his attacks.
He was not on any terrorist watch lists and his only trouble with the law was a DUI arrest in April.