INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — News 8 on Thursday night honored the eight victims of last week’s shooting at FedEx in an hourlong special.
Family and friends of those lost shared memories of their loved ones.
The victims have been identified as Matthew R. Alexander, 32; Samaria Blackwell, 19; Amarjeet Johal, 66; Jasvinder Kaur, 50; Jaswinder Singh, 68; Amarjit Sekhon, 48; Karli Smith, 19; and John Steve Weisert, 74.
Police say the shooter, a former FedEx employee, took his own life.
Also, a panel discussed what the tragedy means to families and the community, and offered some advice on how to cope with loss.
- Former FedEx employee, 19, fatally shot 8 people before taking own life
- Authorities were warned about FedEx suspect’s potential for violence, sources say
- ‘Help me, I’ve been shot’: FedEx shooting replays in workers’ minds, distresses others in Indy
- Faith in Indiana leaders call for gun laws to change in light on FedEx shooting
- FedEx shooting victims: Family, friends share memories
- Assault rifles used in FedEx mass shooting were bought legally, IMPD says
- Sikh community remembers 4 members killed in FedEx mass shooting
- Words of grief, calls to action at vigil for victims of FedEx mass shooting
- Beech Grove holds vigil for FedEx shooting victims
- Families of FedEx shooting victims work to figure out what comes next
- Prosecutor: FedEx shooter didn’t have ‘red flag’ hearing
- Sikh Political Action Committee forms task force after FedEx mass shooting
- Steve Weisert’s family remembers the engineer, father and funny guy killed in FedEx shooting
- FedEx shooting victim Matthew Alexander’s family remembers him as hardworking, humble, sports fan
- FedEx increasing security; limited operations to begin by end of week
- Police saw white supremacist websites on FedEx shooter’s computer during 2020 gun seizure, IMPD says
- ATF issued an urgent trace for FedEx shooter’s guns
- United Sikhs helping families of FedEx victims obtain expedited visas
- Remembering FedEx shooting victim Amarjit Sekhon, ‘pillar’ of her family