"This was very sad, but this vigil is good because it’s how a community and a county come together to pray for everybody concerned," said Ron Sollod of Edgewood.
Dozens stood less than a half mile from the shooting scene and prayed together along with religious leaders of many faiths.
Ibrahim Kucuk, a manager at Advanced Granite Solutions, spoke about how close co-workers are at the small business.
"We have worked together with these wonderful people for years in a peaceful setting," Kucuk said. "The AGS family, our friends and our community are lifting up our lost members in our prayers."
Community members hoped to send a message of support to victims families. That includes Bryan Dailey, who lost his father last year. Pat Dailey was one of two Harford County Sheriff's Deputies shot and killed just a mile and a half away. Despite the day's chilling reminder of what has been lost in this community, Dailey's son brings a message of hope.
"Stay close, stay strong and anyone can get through anything. If you just stick together and stay strong," he said.
The Harford County Sheriff's Office has released the names of those killed in the shooting: Bayarsaikhan Tudev, 53, with a last known address in VA; Jose Hidalgo Romero, 34, with a last known address of Aberdeen, MD; and Enis Mrvoljak, 48, with an address in Dundalk, MD. The two surviving victims are in critical condition at University of Maryland Shock Trauma.
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