"What's unusual is that so many got shot and nobody got killed," said Ralph Fascitelli, board president of Washington CeaseFire, a statewide group that seeks to reduce gun violence. "To have two things back to back, it's a quirk, but I'm not surprised. It's a wakeup call to officials to do more about gun violence in this state. It's very lucky that nobody got killed."
CeaseFire President Ralph Fascitelli said more needs to be done to "address the culture of violence."