Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret Morning News
Young Rachel Jensen points to flowers left in the fountain at Trolley Square as her uncle Harold Bickley holds her on Wednesday. Well-wishers and mourners have placed the flowers at the site of Monday's shootings, which took the lives of six people, including the gunman, and left four hospitalized with serious injuries. Several businesses opened their doors again Wednesday in an effort to move forward while shoppers and the curious returned to Trolley Square two days after the rampage.
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