Caves community in shock about tragic shooting incident

THE close-knit community from The Caves was in shock after the tragic shooting incident on a property there on Tuesday night, Livingstone councillor Glenda Mather said yesterday.

Cr Mather, who lives in the area, said it was horrible to hear news of the tragedy.

"It's a small little community, people look after each other here," she said.

"It's a shock to wake up and find out this has happened in your community."

She also said it goes to show how hard it can be to know what's going on behind closed doors.

"We all do a little bit of self-analysis in times like this to think if there is anything that could have been done to prevent this," she said.

"Sometimes you can't see it coming, nobody can."



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