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LeCandice Durham, Lenny Lane and their children stand by the Tops parking lot entrance in Buffalo, N.Y., on Friday to welcome back customers and employees on opening day after the supermarket was closed after May's mass shooting. Liz Baker hide caption

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Tops grocery store in Buffalo reopens to mixed reactions after mass shooting

The Tops supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., where 10 people were killed in a racist mass shooting in May, reopened on Friday to mixed reactions in the community.

LeCandice Durham, Lenny Lane and their children stand by the Tops parking lot entrance in Buffalo, N.Y., on Friday to welcome back customers and employees on opening day after the supermarket was closed after May's mass shooting. Liz Baker hide caption

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Liz Baker

Tops grocery store in Buffalo reopens to mixed reactions after mass shooting

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