DAYTON — Wednesday marks two years since a mass shooting in the Oregon District.
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On August 4, 2019, a gunman opened fire on East Fifth Street in the busy entertainment district. In the 32 seconds before police killed him, he shot dozens of people. Nine of the victims, including the shooter’s sister, were killed by the gunfire.
News Center 7 will have coverage throughout the day, covering stories about the push for a permanent memorial for the victims, the latest on the federal investigation into the shooting, reaction from survivors and family members, and more.
Below are previous stories and investigations from News Center 7 on the Oregon District Shooting:
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>>The victims of the Oregon District Shooting
>>Oregon District Shooting: College seniors share their story of survival
>>Oregon District shooting: FBI continues combing through investigation
>>Oregon District Shooting: Ned Peppers Bouncer reflects on anniversary
>>City officials planning permanent memorial for Oregon District shooting victims
>>Oregon District Mass Shooting: Coping with emotional trauma
>>Oregon District Shooting: Rep. Mike Turner recounts daughter’s escape from mass shooting
>>Oregon District: ‘I saw more dead people…than I did anytime in Iraq;’ Retired officer reflects on mass shooting
>>Survivor story: Hit by a bullet, how Alana Young survived that night
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