CARSON CITY, NV - The Nevada National Guard honored some of its own with a memorial walk and run Friday.
It’s been two years since the deadly shooting at the Carson City IHOP that left four victims dead, including three Guard members, and nine others, including two Guard members, wounded.
September 6, 2011, Eduardo Sencion opened fire inside the restaurant. The deadly massacre took place in just 85 seconds. The 32-year-old fired a total of 30 rounds inside the restaurant, then was shot by sheriff's deputies. He was a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic, and autopsy results show no drugs were in his body that day.
Friday, soldiers and airmen of the Nevada Guard did an informal memorial run/walk to commemorate the victims. The 5-kilometer run was led by shooting survivor Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy Mock.
The run started at the parking lot next to the IHOP on 3883 S. Carson Street and ended at the Office of the Adjutant General complex at 2460 Fairview Drive.