A town of love and peace: El Pasoans support each other in wake of attack

A community, united on both sides of the border, is shocked by the hatred that spurred a mass shooting event I know this kind of thing happened in other places, but it could not happen in El Paso because everyone here is very caring. It was shocking to me and the rest, said Kevin Guerrero, 24, a hospital emergency room team leader standing at the improvised memorial for the victims of the El Paso shooting. The shooting at a Walmart …