BROOKFIELD (WXOW) -- The owner of the Azana salon where Radcliffe Haughton opened fire Sunday, killing his wife, two other women and himself, spoke publicly about the tragedy.
Tami Gemmell said the loss of their friends and colleagues is immeasurable.
"Our hearts are broken over the loss of our colleagues. They were heroic in their actions and protected each other till the end. All of these incredible women will be in our hearts and memories and we pray for their families, their children and other cherished loved ones, that they will find comfort in each other and purpose in the unthinkable."
Gemmell said the women were wonderful mothers who worked hard and made people happy.
She added that she hopes the attack opens a dialogue about domestic violence.
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