The City of El Paso remembered the victims and honored the families of the Aug. 3, 2019 Walmart shooting on Tuesday morning at City Hall.
Before the City Council meeting, members of the community gathered for a memorial Bell Toll that included a moment of silence, followed by a reading of names of each victim. Council members took turns tolling a bell in remembrance of the 23 victims.
Wednesday marked the third anniversary of the 2019 Walmart shooting that took the lives of 23 people and left dozens more injured.
Mariachi Alegre performed in tribute to the victims and their families.
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