College Community Begins To Heal After Deadly Shooting Rampage

Bulletholes are filled with flowers at a memorial to remember a college sophomore killed in the Santa Barbara shooting.
0:55 | 05/26/14

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This college community is now starting to heal after a gunman went on a deadly Rampage killing six and injuring thirteen. As he drove wildly down the street his bullets. Pierced the wall of this local deli. Killing college sophomore Christopher Michael Martinez those bullet holes as you can -- have now been replaced the flowers. This community has a long road ahead of it all day long local residents have been stopping by here to set up a memorial for -- Martinez. Many stopping by to remember him light -- candle and placed flowers. The father also spoke with ABC news they didn't like to meet with the father of his son's killer. Saying that both men have now lost sons and that they should come together to work to make sure that these kinds of tragedies don't happen again. I -- -- -- California Mary Bruce ABC news.

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