An 18-year-old American actress who has hosted Tamery Mowry-Housley, a veteran policeman and a young man who was eager to await the birth of her first sister, was confirmed as a victim of Thousand Oaks shooting.
They were among the 12 people killed in a rural bar in southern California.
Authorities believe that the shooter, Ian David Long, eventually killed after the fire began in the Borderline Bar and Grill.
Meanwhile, the mother of one victim made an emotional appeal to control the weapons.
Mother Telemacha Orfanose said in the emotional video ABC USA News on Twitter: "I hope God no one sends me prayers, I want a gun control, no weapons!"
It is reported that Orfanos had previously survived filming in Las Vegas in 2017.
Thousand Oaks Shooting: Gunman, who killed 12, was a former naval officer
Victims' stories began to appear this morning, while officials still approached their families.
It was "a very difficult day for many people," said Mayor Thousand Oaks Andrew Fox of a night attack.
Alaina Housley, 18, college student
Alaina Housley has been confirmed as a victim of shooting.
Student Pepperdine University is the niece of actress Tamara Mowry-Housley, who appeared in Sister Sister's television show called Sister Tia Mowra in the 1990s and is now hosting a talk show with a great organizer.
She and her husband issued a statement saying, "Our hearts are broken, we just learned that our niece Alain was one of the victims of yesterday's shooting at the Borderline bar in Thousand Oaks.
"Alaina was an incredible young woman with such a great life in front of her, and we were destroyed that her life was truncated in this way, and we thank everyone for your prayers and we are asking for privacy at this moment."
Sergeant Ron Helus: Sheriff's Department in the Ventura District
The procession took place because Sergeant Ron Hellas's body was transported from the local hospital to the coroner's office.
The head of the Sheriff's Department of Ventura County spoke with his wife when the calls at Borderline Bar & Grill began to come.
"Hey, I have to go handle the call, I love you, I'll talk to you later," he told her.
It was the last time she talked to her husband.
Helus dropped to shoot and immediately exchanged shooting with a shooter inside the bar, said colleague Sheriff Geoff Dean.
Helus was hit several times and died in the hospital.
Obviously, the experienced officer should retire next year.
Sergeant Eric Buschow, who said Helus was a friend, called him a "police cop".
"The fact that he was first in the door does not surprise me at all," he said.
"It's just one of those boys who do not hesitate."
Helus took fishing years ago and loved hunting a hobby in the Sierra Nevada Mountain with his grown son, Buschow said.
"He was a great guy, a fine soul," Buschow said.
"Patient, comfort, no matter what." When you call 911, he's one of the boys you want to see. "
Helus has been a lot of his team in the SWAT team and worked in narcotics and investigations, he said.
"If you were the victims of the crime, you want to investigate the case," Buschow said. "He will go to the ends of the Earth to find the suspect."
Thousands of people lined the streets and many others went to honor a fallen officer during a glittering 40-mile parade that took Helus's body out of the hospital to the coroner's office.
Dean breathed with tears and talked of Helus, calling him a hero.
"He went there to save the people and pay the final price," he said.
Telemachus Orfanos, 27, Marine Veteran
Mother Telemacha Orfanose said in an emotional interview that was published on Twitter: "I hope God no longer sends me prayers, I want a gun control, no weapons!"
According to reports, the veteran also survived shooting from Las Vegas.
Cody Coffman, 22, college
Jason Coffman wept when he confirmed to a group of journalists that his eldest son Cody was among the victims.
He was about to fulfill his dream of serving his country by joining the army.
Cody adored his siblings – three brothers aged 6 to 9 – and could not wait for the birth of a nurse to be held on November 29, said Mr. Coffman.
"Cody was the big brother my children need," he said.
"He was so excited to have his first sister and he would never know …"
He stepped, sobbing and then said, "Oh, Cody, I love you son."
Mr. Coffman said his son was passionate about baseball, served as a referee for a small league and went fishing together.
"The poor boy would come with me, whether he liked it or not," he said.
"Those are the things that are really missing."
Mr. Coffman said he last talked to his son last night before Cody was pointing to the bar where the shooter was shooting.
"The first thing I said was," Please do not drink or eat, "he said.
"The last thing I said was," Son, I love you. "
Justin Meek, 23 years old, Bar Staff at the Borders
Justin Meek was a recent graduate of the California Lutheran University.
The Coronado man worked behind the bar in the Borderline Bar and Grill and was reportedly hit by several bullets as he tried to protect another Long Shooting.
He was a criminal and a criminal judge major.
The world's candlelight vigil will be held at 19:00 local time, and all the flags in the city of Coronado will be reduced to half the mast as a sign of respect for the victims.
Noel Sparks, 21, female student
Noel Sparks, a female member of the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village in Thousand Oaks, was named on Facebook at the church.
"It's hard to warn you that Noel Sparks was among the victims of yesterday's shooting, we're worried about Tony Sparks and Wendy Anderson," he said.
An Internet post by former teacher Wendi Baita said that Noel is "a gentle spirit."
She had previously published on Facebook that she attended the Halloween Hoedown College Dinner at the bar.
Sean Adler, a porter
Mr. Adler was in place. In August, he also opened his own café, which will be the place to commemorate his death. The flowers are laid by the door. He was also a high school wrestler who announced his death.
Daniel Manrique, 33 year old veteran
The former Marine Radio Operator worked for a nonprofit charity named Team Red, White and Blue.
His sister said on Facebook, "It's my most broken and hard heart that I'm writing this post so everyone can know that Daniel Manrique was in the Borderline last night. He was shot and killed in a totally senseless act of violence that we will never understand.
"I have no doubt he died of a hero and protected others from the shot."
Blake Dingman, 21
His girlfriend, as reported by Mr. Dingman, was a big baseball fan, whose brother went to find him in the spot yesterday night after the shooting report broke.
Jake Dunham, 21
You said you were friends with Mr. Dingman.
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