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Today, people snapped photos of the flowers and of the police tape still blocking off part of the area in front of 30-story Fifth Third building.
Larry House, of Cold Spring, Ky., who said he often comes to downtown Cincinnati for work a couple of days during the week, came to sit at a table in Fountain Square during his vacation week.
“I’m not going to be constrained by someone with a gun,” he said. “I refuse to be afraid. Just because some individual feels empowered by a gun, I just will not be constrained by it. Life must go on. And I came out here just for show of solidarity."
A worker was cleaning and repairing a revolving door at the Fifth Third Center in downtown Cincinnati on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. On Thursday, a man killed three people and injured two others in a shooting incident at the building. ERIC SCHWARTZBERG / STAFF