Multi-faith prayer vigil held for victims killed in shooting at San Francisco UPS

Monday, June 19, 2017 01:16PM
Religious leaders from many faiths held a prayer service in San Francisco for the victims of the UPS shooting rampage.


SAN FRANCISCO - Religious leaders from different faiths held a prayer service in San Francisco for the victims of the UPS shooting rampage.



Three drivers lost their lives when a co-worker opened fire during a company meeting last Wednesday.
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Many people have left tributes for Mike Lefiti, Benson Louie, and Wayne Chan.

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The gunman also died after shooting himself.

Monday's service was planned for noon-outside the UPS building on San Bruno Avenue near 17th Street.

The group organizing it conducts prayer services for all murder victims in the city.

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