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Shooting at Oregon community college

Updated 10:19 AM ET, Fri October 2, 2015
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Community members attend a candlelight vigil at Stewart Park for those killed during a shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, on Thursday, October 1. The massacre left nine people dead and nine wounded. The gunman also died. Gosia Wozniacka/AP
In response to the shooting on October 1, President Barack Obama delivers the 15th statement of his presidency addressing gun violence. "Somehow this has become routine," he said. "The reporting is routine. My response here at this podium ends up being routine, the conversation in the aftermath of it. We've become numb to this." Susan Walsh/AP
Students and faculty are reunited with friends and family at the county fairgrounds on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
People wait for information at the fairgrounds on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
Hannah Miles, center, is reunited with her sister Hailey and father, Gary, on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
A student waits to walk off a school bus at the fairgrounds on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
Friends and family are reunited on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
A woman is comforted after the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, on October 1. Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin announced at a news conference that the shooter was dead. Ryan Kang/AP
Authorities secure the campus after the shooting on October 1. Michael Sullivan/The News-Review/AP
Students, staff and faculty leave the school on October 1. Michael Sullivan/The News-Review/AP
A bullet casing is marked at the scene of the shooting on October 1. Michael Sullivan/The News-Review/AP
People gather at a roadblock near the entrance to the college on October 1. Ryan Kang/AP
Authorities respond after reports of the shooting on October 1. Michael Sullivan/The News-Review/AP
Police search students outside the school on October 1. Mike Sullivan/Roseburg News-Review/AP
A patient is wheeled into the emergency room at Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg on October 1. Aaron Yost/The News-Review/AP