Facebook users share in grief over salon mass shooting

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BROOKFIELD — Thousands of people are sharing in the grief over the mass shooting at the Azana Salon & Spa by joining the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. That was especially true on the FOX6 News Facebook fan page.

45-year-old Radcliffe Haughton walked into the spa late on Sunday morning, October 21st and opened fire. He shot and killed three women and wounded another four. Haughton later turned the gun on himself.

On the FOX6 News Facebook fan page, our news followers opened up with heart-felt wishes for the victims and their families.

Karen Poppy writes: God we pray for your mercy for all people involved in yet another senseless act of violence. Please Help them heal their hearts!

Mary Balsier-Gehrig writes: So senseless! There should be NO GUNS! Feeling the loss… wish I had the power to undo this.

Lana Gauger Mullikin writes: Azana was such a peaceful wonderful place…how can such a terrible thing happen on a sunny Sunday?? So much sadness. Its hard to feel safe anywhere these day.

Kelly Harris writes: Yet another mass shooting, saddens and sickens us. May GOD bless the victims and their families!

Bruce Buege writes: This shouldn’t happen to innocent people in their place of work or the victims involved who wee there for that matter at all. Only wish we had a way to stop such useless violence. Bless the victims and their families.

We appreciate all the FOX6 News fans on Facebook who took the time to thoughtfully read our stories of this tragic event — and then share their personal thoughts. If you’d like to share your thoughts on this story, we invite you to post comments to this story below or on the FOX6 News Facebook fan page.

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