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  • More reaction to the shooting at Austins Bar & Grill

    Still in shock over the shooting Wednesday night in Olathe, people were stopping by to drop off flowers Friday at a makeshift memorial in the parking lot of Austins Bar & Grill in South Olathe. "I see this as one man's hate," said Linda McCoy, a lifelong resident of Olathe. "It's heartbreaking, it's not who we are," said McCoy.

Still in shock over the shooting Wednesday night in Olathe, people were stopping by to drop off flowers Friday at a makeshift memorial in the parking lot of Austins Bar & Grill in South Olathe. "I see this as one man's hate," said Linda McCoy, a lifelong resident of Olathe. "It's heartbreaking, it's not who we are," said McCoy. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Still in shock over the shooting Wednesday night in Olathe, people were stopping by to drop off flowers Friday at a makeshift memorial in the parking lot of Austins Bar & Grill in South Olathe. "I see this as one man's hate," said Linda McCoy, a lifelong resident of Olathe. "It's heartbreaking, it's not who we are," said McCoy. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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