Image copyright Edgar Thompson Image caption Edgar Thompson died a day after he was arrested after the shootings
Six people were killed and a seventh injured in a shooting in a historic US city on Wednesday night.
The victims are:
* Edgar Thompson, 54
* Monique Clark, 34
* Mike Jones, 51
* Dawn Simms, 48
* Dale Simms, 51
* Darin Crouse, 31
Darin Crouse was one of the 12 men and one woman on a shooting team working with the charity HURC [Hurt and Relief Crews] to provide mental health support for domestic violence survivors in Milwaukee
They were standing near the entrance to a St Paul’s Methodist Church in the neighbourhood on Wednesday evening when shots were fired.
Men as well as women were injured, some seriously. Police say nine of the victims died from their wounds.
Welding company boss Edward Bunce was among the victims who died, also in the church.
He was an emergency services worker and married father of three
Below, we look at key events in the week leading up to the shooting
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Thursday, 16 June
Derrick Jones and Monique Clark are among the five victims who died on Wednesday (Stock Image)
Police say that Derrick Jones, who died with Monique Clark, was a member of HURC. It was in communication with him before his death that a mental health worker warned of deteriorating mental health.
The organisation, which began life in Minneapolis, was set up in Milwaukee in July 2017.
A trauma victim triage team used stretchers to evacuate the victims of the shootings from the scene.
Friday, 17 June
Police say one of the victims was Ervin Crouse, a 32-year-old city firefighter (Stock Image)
Firefighter Ervin Crouse was among the victims who died on Wednesday (Stock Image).
Mr Crouse was an eight-year veteran of the city fire department and had recently worked on Halloween celebrations, according to the fire chief.
His body will be returned to his hometown of Chippewa Falls on Saturday morning.
Iain Crouse was the seven-year-old son of Crouse (Stock Image)
On Thursday, an emotional Iain Crouse said he missed his father, who was just an hour from home when he was killed.
He was addressing a rally organised by the Milwaukee Firefighters Association to honour his father.
He also shared a video of his father’s final moments.
A prayer service was also held at Chippewa Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church in Delafield on Wednesday night.
Saturday, 19 June