The community of El Paso, Texas is shocked and saddened. That's how City Manager Tommy Gonzalez described the situation while giving an update on Saturday's mass shooting at a Walmart that left 20 people dead. He said medical officials are still working to get the bodies back to their loved ones. The reunification center near the scene of the shooting has turned to a grieving center and family members are encouraged to go there for help. City leaders say families are asking all media to respect their space as they grieve. El Paso city leaders also issued their condolences to the community of Dayton, Ohio, where nine people were killed this morning in a mass shooting, just 13 hours after the Texas shooting.
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