A vigil was held by local non-profit Homicide Survivors Inc. for the heroes and victims of a July 18 shooting and fire that left a Southside Tucson neighborhood reeling.
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A house fire on Tucson's south side and shootings that immediately followed July 18 left at least two people dead and several injured, including neighbors, EMTs and a fire captain.
Three people among the victims in last Sunday's attack - Jennifer Fells, Cory Saunders and Jacob Dindinger - shared one trait: a deep caring for others.
Investigators are uncovering events they say indicates Leslie Scarlett was struggling with his mental and emotional health, but faults in communication between police and social services likely delayed action.