MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee leaders and the surrounding community continue to react to the Molson Coors shooting that claimed the lives of five Wednesday.
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The Milwaukee Bucks reacted on Twitter to the shooting, saying "the people of the Bucks and Fiserv Forum are heartbroken by [Wednesday's] horrific tragedy that took place in our community at Molson Coors."
Our thoughts are with the men and women who lost their lives, as well as with their families, friends and co-workers. We join with the entire Milwaukee area in expressing our sadness during this painful time.
Milwaukee Brewers' Christian Yelich also tweeted about the shooting, sharing a Milwaukee Strong photo on Twitter:
The Green Bay Packers released a statement saying they extend their "deepest sympathies to those affected by [Wednesday's] tragedy at Molson Coors."
The Green Bay Packers extend our deepest sympathies to those affected by today's tragedy at Molson Coors. Our thoughts are with the entire Milwaukee community during this difficult time.— Green Bay Packers (@packers) February 27, 2020
Five were killed in Wednesday's shooting. The suspected gunman died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Milwaukee police say.
A motive is unknown at this time.
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