After she called Henry Pratt, Aurora, Illinois, where her husband Josh Pinard worked, she learned that the police were in the building. 19659003] She went to the manufacturer of the industrial valve, then to two hospitals – waited hours – before learning in the peasant area of the seven that Josh was one of the people killed during the firing at the factory at noon in the afternoon.
"With my pastor, since the seven were still on the planes to get to us, I told my children that their father did not do this and is in heaven with Jesus. I never had to do anything it's so difficult, ̵
She wrote that she could not talk about her husband without violating
"I cry now when I write this. I. "I want to shout out from the roofs how stunning Josh!" The message is read. "The man who died and found the clarity of mind only for a second to send me one last text to tell me that he would always love me." 
The gunmen began firing, knowing that he was released
The authorities stated that Martin had brought a gun to his meeting at the factory and began firing when he learned that he was released.
After the death the shooting of people indoors in the manufacturing business, where he worked 15 years, Other went to the warehouse, witnesses said, where he shot more employees.
The rage lasted about 90 minutes before the policeman killed him in a shootout
The gunman did not legally own the pistol he used in the attack, police spokeswoman Aurora Kristen Ziman said at a Saturday press conference. In 1995, the permission in 2014 condemned the assassination attempt in Mississippi, and she asked for the voluntary release of police weapons, "said Ziman.
Why he will not be part of the investigation
- Josh Pinarcard Oswigo, Illinois, was the head of the plant. He joined the company 13 years ago in Alabama and moved to Aurora last spring, according to a letter sent to employees of Scott Hall, General Manager of Mueller Water Products, which owned Henry Pratt
- from Elgin, Illinois, was a human resources manager. He was a graduate of the University of Northern Illinois, said the president of the school. He graduated in 2014 with a business college
- Trevor Venus Sheridan, Illinois, was a human resource trainee and student at the University of Northern Illinois. The day was his first day of internship in the company, according to a statement by the president of the school.
- Russell Beyer Yorkville, Illinois, was the shape operator.
- Vicente Juarez Oswego, served as a service room and operator of an elevator lift. According to Hall, he joined Henry Prat in 2006.
"A great bright light left this world"
Two divine services were held on Sunday with members of the suburban community that joined the families of victims
According to the city, more than 1,700 people weathered the first gathering to recall the victims.
After the members of the community held the crosses, they crossed the cross for each of the victims. procession from the factory to the Aurora Police Department. After the second move, the crowd entered the police station and congratulated members of the law enforcement bodies with arms and handshakes.
"In order to simply offer compassion, it is not enough – it's not measures the amount of pain we feel for the loss we feel in this community, "Mayor Richard Irwin said in the first body. Now is the time to forgive. Now is the time to move together as a strong community.
But for those who have lost their loved ones, healing will take time.