ANTIOCH, Tenn. - Sunday morning, April 29 marked one week since the Antioch Waffle House shooting where four people lost their lives.
At 3:25 a.m. Sunday, a large crowd filled the restaurant as survivors, family, and community members remembered and honored those lives lost.
Inside, it was extremely emotional with people shedding tears and sharing hugs.
They first held a moment of silence followed by a prayer and song.
The hope has been that those lost will not be forgotten and that the community will come together after this tragedy to condemn violence.
Currently, 100 percent of the profits at the Antioch Waffle House are going to the victims of the shooting and their families.