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employees at the Henry Pratt company in Aurora Illinois return to their workplace on Tuesday morning just days after a coworker shot and killed five fellow employees and wounded five police officers the company said it would be a day for employees to seek help with the grief counselors on site family members and residents of a roar I came out to show their support of my time on an ominous I know it sounds stupid that I never thought it would happen here and wins is kind of mad this gonna stop like I said this is Aurora knows my home town I grew up here my whole life definitely %HESITATION everybody runs in his family I know a lot of people here so it's definitely like family so I got a combined so support , more than two thousand people briefed the icy rain over the weekend to pay respects to those killed the victims included the plant manager or forklift operator and a college intern killed last Friday when forty five year old Gary Martin went on a shooting spree after being fired from his job Martin killed his victims with the Smith and Wesson revolver which he owned illegally investigators are determining how Martin was able to purchase a handgun five years ago with the prior nineteen ninety five felony conviction already on his record that conviction should have barred him from buying a gun Martin who had been arrested by police six times was killed in the shootout with authorities on Friday