San Jose, California remains a community very much in shock and mourning after nine people were killed in a mass workplace shooting at a Valley Transportation Authority light rail maintenance yard.
A candlelight vigil was held just outside of City Hall last night. Family members were on hand as well as San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo, other city officials and Santa Clara County representatives. Investigators say the gunman was a "highly disgruntled" employee. It's believed he targeted all nine of his victims before taking his own life on Wednesday morning.
The gunman was identified as Samuel Cassidy, who opened fire at the Valley Transportation Authority light rail yard where he worked before turning the gun on himself.