Four people were killed at the Waffle House in Antioch where a gunman opened fire. Among those, 23 year old rapper Akilah (ah-KIL-ah) DaSilva, also known as Natrix DaSilva, a former computer engineering technology major at MTSU.
The Waffle House in Antioch where a gunman opened fire, killing four people, is just two-miles from Burnette Chapel Church of Christ. That's where just seven months ago, Emanuel Samson of Murfreesboro, allegedly opened fire, killing Melanie Smith of Smyrna.
While thousands of miles away from the tragedy in Las Vegas here in Rutherford County, police and emergency officials know it could happen anywhere. Even here.
Las Vegas Police have closed a section of the strip as an early morning shooter takes shots from a "high point". CBS reports 50 killed and over 400 wounded / injured as shooter unloads on a music festival.
"This is one of the worst days in American history: our largest mass murder, more ISIS terrorism on U.S. soil, and the worst hate crime ever all in the same horrific nightmare. I stand with all the victims and their families and loved ones, particularly with the LGBT community that was deliberately targeted..."
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