Dayton mourners demand action after deadly shooting

Mourners at a vigil at the Ohio Statehouse demanded action from government officials after a gunman opened fire in a busy downtown area, killing nine people.
3:05 | 08/05/19

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We're going to turn now to that other deadly rampage, this one in Dayton, Ohio. Police took down the gunman in less than a minute, saving countless lives. Eva pilgrim is on the scene with the very latest. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. As you can imagine, this community just completely shaken. What was supposed to be a fun night out turning to tragedy, and now people are demanding change. Overnight, outrage at the Ohio state house. Mourners demanding action from the state's government after gunfire causes chaos in downtown Dayton. A gunman opening fire early Sunday morning in a busy entertainment district packed with restaurants and bars. We got shots fired. We got multiple people down. We're going to need multiple medics. Reporter: Called for help coming in just after 1:00 Sunday morning. This surveillance video showing people running for their lives. We got several down. We have like nine or ten shot. Reporter: Alexandra lark was standing in line to get into Ned peppers when she came within feet of the gunman. He had on all black S.W.A.T. Gear with the mat, a little mask that goes across your face and a black, almost ak kind of type gun. Reporter: Within 30 seconds police on the scene killing the suspect seen here. The crowd franticly searching for friends and loved ones. First responders and good samaritans treating victims on the street. James Williams and holly Redman were two of many who rushed out to help. The hardest part is when they say stop, stop, there's nothing you can do. Reporter: Redman who's cpr certified, immediately started performing cpr on one of the victims. It was me and a girl and a guy took over. He did the chest compressions. I let her hold the wound and I breathed in his breath. Reporter: The alleged shooter identified as 24-year-old Connor Steven BETTs, killed by police. 26 people in the hospital this morning. At least 9 people, 5 men and 4 women, killed. Among the dead, the gunman's own sister, 22-year-old Megan BETTs, and the young man Redman was trying to help, 30-year-old Logan turner. I just want his parents to know that we did everything possible to save him, like everything. Three people were on him. I was there when he took his last breath. It's so hard. Reporter: And the weight of this shooting, as you can see, felt by so many people this morning. One of the big questions that's still out there, why? Investigators have gone to the shooter's home looking for any clues. At this point they do not have a motive, but robin, so many people waking up this morning going, when is this going to stop? Many, many are waking up and saying that. Thank you, Eva.

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