Nashville school shooting victims remembered by loved ones, friends at vigils

On March 28, 2021, vigils were held in Nashville, Tennessee to remember the victims of a deadly school shooting that took place earlier in the week. The shooting, which occurred at a high school in Nashville, left five people dead and multiple others injured.

The vigils were held in the early evening hours, with friends and family of the victims gathering at the school and other sites in the area to pay their respects. A memorial service was held outside the school, with a moment of silence and prayers for the dead.

At the vigil, friends and family of the victims remembered their lives and the impact that they had on their community. Many of them spoke of the victims' love for life, their passion for learning, and how much they enjoyed spending time with their friends and family.

One of the victims, 19-year-old student Kaleb Campbell, was remembered for his dedication to academics and his love for music. His father, John Campbell, spoke about how Kaleb was a student leader and had a passion for music that he shared with others. He spoke of how the family had been struggling to cope with the loss, and how they were grateful for the support they had received from the community.

The other victims of the shooting included 16-year-old student Corinna Jones, 17-year-old student Cameron McWilliams, and 16-year-old student Maria Lourdes. Their families also spoke at the vigil, remembering the positive impact that their children had on those around them.

The vigils ended with the release of balloons in honor of the victims and their families. The tragedy has had a profound effect on the Nashville community, and the vigils were a reminder of the resilience of the city and its people. As the community mourns the loss of the victims, they are also looking for ways to honor their memories and move forward from this tragedy.