CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The wind blew out some of the candles Monday at a vigil for New Hampshire Hospital security officer Bradley Haas, but one speaker told mourners “hope and unity are our guiding lights.” “Though we gather in grief and sorrow today, we also gather in unity and solidarity,” said Lori Weaver, commissioner of the state Department of Health and Human Services.” Hundreds of people stood in the cold and dark on a soccer field near the state psychiatric hospital where Haas was shot to death Friday afternoon in the facility’s lobby. The gunman, John Madore, 33, was then shot and killed by a state trooper assigned to the hospital. Speakers at the vigil praised Haas and the state trooper for saving lives.
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