Santa Barbara Shooting: Remembering the Victims

Father of Christopher Martinez talks about the sudden death of his son.
2:49 | 05/26/14

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David to new developments in the deadly rampage in Santa Barbara over the weekend. More details this morning about what happened and who the six victims were. ABC's bazi kanani is at the Isla vista deli mart with the latest. What can you tell us, bazi? Reporter: All six of those killed were students. They attract the top students in the country as we learn more about those victims and the vicious attack here, police are looking more closely into the suspect's life. Overnight investigators with search warrants collecting boxes full of evidence from two los Angeles area homes where the mother and father of suspected gunman Elliot Rodger lived. From a balcony Ellen cotton reporting just a few seconds of the gunfire on the street below before taking cover. It was so close and just so terrifying. Shots fired. Reporter: The first call for help, 9:27 Friday night. Police say 22-year-old Rodger opened fire outside the alpha phi sorority house. I'm going to enter the hottest sorority house. Reporter: Two sorority sisters killed. Katie cooper and Veronika Weiss. The shooter's next target, a deli where this surveillance video shows startled students dodging bullets. Here another student died, sophomore Christopher michael-martinez. The killing spree continued. A tote Alf ten locations in this small college town where police say Rodger hurt 13 and killed 6. He drove madly through the streets firing out his window and using his car to strike bicyclists and pedestrians. Deputies exchanged fire with the gunman twice before they say he crashed his black BMW and was found dead after apparently shooting himself in the head. In his car, more than 400 rounds of ammunition and three semiautomatic handguns all legally purchased by and registered to him. Yet investigators say Rodger used a different weapon at his own apartment where they later found the bodies of three more students stabbed repeatedly. ABC news has learned they were his housemates and one of their[ visiting friends. Cheng yuan Hong, weihan Wang, two of them. They're calling it a day of mourning and planning a large memorial service. There is good news. The six students still hospitalize8Ăși all improving, all now in fair condition or better. David? That's good to hear. What a horrific weekend. Bazi, thank you.

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