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Community, friends of victims react to Lafayette movie theater shooting




Police tape surrounds the scene following a shooting at a movie theater Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Lafayette, La. (Treylan Arceneaux via AP)
Police tape surrounds the scene following a shooting at a movie theater Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Lafayette, La. (Treylan Arceneaux via AP)
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In Lafayette, Louisiana last night, a lone gunman opened fire at the Grand Theatre, a 16-screen multiplex off one of the city's main streets.

Three people, including alleged shooter John Russel Hauser, have been pronounced dead, and at least one other victim remains in critical condition at this time.

Cheryl Devall, an editor with The Daily World, a Gannett-owned daily newspaper in Opelousas, Louisiana, and a friend of shooting victim Jillian Johnson, joins Take Two to discuss the latest news and the community's reaction to the shooting.