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>> As you all can imagine, we are devastated.>> The family of 22-year-old Elijah Clayton, one of two people fatally shot on Sunday during a video game tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, says they are heartbroken.>> Our family has been forever changed. Nothing will replace the love that we have for Elijah.
There is a hole that will never be filled.
is not an easy out.>> The tournament's online stream captured the audio of the gunfire that killed Clayton and a fellow gamer identified by the Sheriff's office as 28 year old Taylor Robinson. Officials say it was 24 year old David Katz who pulled the trigger.
10 bystanders suffered gunshot wounds and another person was injured while fleeing the scene. Witnesses told local media that Katz was angry because he lost the tournament. Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams says they're still searching for a motive, but that the targets were clear.>> The suspect walked past patrons who were at other parts of the business and focused his attention on the gamers.
>> Police say Katz killed himself. They say he had two hand guns and extra ammunition, but appeared to have fired only one. The incident reigniting the gun rights debate months after a gunman killed 17 people at a high school in Parkland, and after 49 people were killed at an Orlando night club in 2016.