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Club Q Victims, Heroes Identified by Colorado Springs Police

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Colorado Springs police have now released the names of all five people killed at Club Q over the weekend and lauded two people they consider heroes.They held a press conference Monday afternoon to provide updates on Saturday's mass shooting at the LGBTQ+ club.

The accused shooter is Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22.Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez identified the five victims who died and their pronouns.

Those individuals are:Kelly Loving, she/her; Daniel Aston, he/him; Derrick Lump, he/him; Ashley Paugh, she/her; and Raymond Green Vance, he/him."Our officers and detectives will continue to be diligent and thorough in our work to hold the suspect accountable for these horrendous acts," Vasquez said.Vasquez also identified two people he described as heroes.

Although Vasquez said he couldn't go into specifics because of the legal case, he said that Thomas James and Richard Fierro took action to stop the shooter and acted heroically.He added that the Colorado Springs Police Department stands beside the LGBTQ+ community before observing a moment of silence.Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers expressed his condolences and offered his support to the LGBTQ+ community."Basically whatever any person adversely impacted, whatever their needs are," Suthers said.District Attorney Michael J.

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