Bills, Giants express support for buffalo shooting victims, families

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The city of Buffalo is in mourning on Saturday following a devastating mass shooting at a local supermarket that left 10 people dead and three others injured.

According to the Buffalo Police Department, the heavily armed suspect, an 18-year-old white male, was arrested at the scene after opening fire at a Tops Friendly Markets in Erie County around 2:30 PM ET. Eleven of the 13 victims were black while the other two were white, according to BPD. The FBI later announced that the shooting, which took place in a predominantly black neighborhood, is being investigated as a hate crime and a “case of racist violent extremism.”

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