BOISE - There was a huge turnout Monday as people made their way to Boise City Hall's front steps to show their support for the victims of a mass stabbing in Boise on Saturday night.

People packed the street as they listened to a variety of speakers from different community religious groups speak about peace and hope moving forward.

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"We have one person that did that but the rest of us are surrounding them," said a Boise resident. "We're going to show them love because that's what this world needs is a whole lot of love."

Speakers at the vigil stressed the need to rebuild the feeling of safety and community in order to move forward with the families involved.

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"Being here allows us to take the first steps past despair and ultimately allows us to reclaim hope," said Mayor Dave Bieter.

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