RANCHO TEHAMA, Calif. - It's been one year since the deadly shooting in Rancho Tehama, which claimed the lives of five people.
Last year, Kevin Neal went on a shooting rampage across the town killing five people and injuring 18.
Action News Now spoke to the mother of one of the victims who discusses how the community is coping.
Angelica Monroy's son was one of the victims that survived the shooting.
"It's been really hard on us," she said. "Just thinking about every time we drive by, we see a lot of the same things, flowers where the people got hurt, and it's really not good."
Monroy's son suffered two bullet wounds to his leg.
Earlier this month, families of the victims in the shooting filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against the Tehama County Sheriff's Office and Neal's estate alleging that the Sheriff's office ignored repeated complaints about Neal.
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