MEDFORD, Ore. -- Rogue Community College will fly flags at half staff on Monday to honor students killed in the Umpqua Community College mass shooting. Its been three years since a gunman opened fire at Snyder Hall during a writing class and killed nine people.
RCC released a statement saying, "our hearts and thoughts go out to the victims, survivors, and everyone affected by the 2015 mass shooting."
Umpqua Community College will pay tribute to survivors and those that lost their lives tomorrow near its campus flag pole from sunrise to sunset. Teachers, students, and law enforcement are expected to pay tribute as well.
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