Vigil Held on A&M Campus for Victims of College Station Shooting

Several services were held Monday night for the victims of the College Station shooting that left 3 people dead, including a Brazos County Constable.

That included a candlelight vigil on the Texas A&M campus.

A&M graduate Jason Reynolds used Facebook and phone calls to invite hundreds of people to the plaza in front of the Academic Building.

He said he wanted to do this for the victims of the shooting and their families. And he knew that because of the Aggie Spirit, a lot of people would respond.

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