Flags lowered in honor of the victims of the San Jose shooting | News – Omaha, Nebraska
- 05 05
- The flag was dropped to commemorate the victims of the San Jose shooting
Under the decree of President Joe Biden and Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts, all flags of the United States, Nebraska, and the university will be half-masted until May 30th.
Governor Pete Ricketts has announced that he will hoist all U.S. and Nebraska flags at half mast to commemorate the victims of the May 26, 2021 shooting in San Jose, California, according to the White House statement.
A half-mast will be erected in honor of the victims until May 30, 2021. They will stay at half mast until noon on May 31, 2021 to celebrate Memorial Day.
Copy of full statement can be found on the White House website.
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