Crowd Chants 'Do Something' at Ohio Governor During Dayton Vigil

A crowd gathered for a vigil to honor nine people killed and others wounded in a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, on August 4, with some chanting “Do something” as Governor Mike DeWine took to the stage.

The crowd also interrupted the governor’s address with chants of “Do something,” Dayton 247 Now reported. Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley responded by saying the vigil was being held for the victims and there would be time later for dealing with policy issues, the report said.

The names of the nine people killed were read aloud at the ceremony and a floral memorial was erected in their honor.

Police identified 24-year-old Connor Betts as the suspect. He was shot and killed by officers, police said. Credit: Annie Rose Ramos/NBCNews via Storyful

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