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>> A city in mourning. I'm Ernie Scheider in downtown Dallas, Texas. It's the morning after a shocking attack against the city's police department, where five of its members were gunned down in the line of duty. Residents are still shaken by the events. Today, more than 1,000 came together, in downtown Dallas to commemorate those fallen, and also to pledge unity.
>> Injustice is not a solution to injustice.>> Leaders of various faith groups, including Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, urged the attendees at the vigil not to let the events of Thursday night divide them. The mood at the vigil was somber, but attendees were neighborly. I saw members of different races, religions, ethnicities all coming together, and holding hands, and saying we are united.
Residents of Dallas are still on edge, as it's not fully clear if the city is completely safe. Police here say they can't rule out a continued threat to the city until they complete their investigation. That's left many residents anxious about what comes next.