Following the tragic shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, that left 10 people dead, including a police officer on Monday, Colorado sports teams offered condolences to victims and their families.

On Monday, around 2:30 pm, 911 calls were made about a gunman opening fire at the King Soopers supermarket. Officer Eric Talley was the first officer to respond to the shooting. Officer Talley was fatally shot protecting the people inside. 10 people were killed, including officer Talley.

The Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rapids, Denver Broncos, and Denver Nuggets were the teams that tweeted out condolences to the victims.

“The Colorado Rockies are devastated by today’s senseless tragedy in Boulder. Our heart breaks for the lives needlessly lost, and our thoughts are with everyone affected by this shooting. We are grateful for the brave heroes and first responders who acted quickly,” the Rockies tweeted.

The Rockies held a moment of silence before their Tuesday spring training game.

“Our hearts go out to the innocent victims, grocery store associates & families of those affected by today’s shooting at a King Soopers in Boulder, Colo. We are grateful for the law enforcement & medical professionals who bravely responded to yet another senseless tragedy,” the Broncos tweeted.

“We are deeply saddened by the events in Boulder today. Our thoughts are with those impacted by this terrible act,” wrote the Rapids. On Tuesday, the team announced that they will be postponing their planned jersey launch, due to the tragic shooting.

Both the Avalanche and the Nuggets released similar statements. “We are all deeply saddened by the events in Boulder today,” the teams said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those impacted by this terrible act.”

“I promise the victims and the people of the state of Colorado, that we will secure justice and do everything we must do to get justice in this case, in order for that to happen, a painstaking investigation is already underway, both at the crime scene and in interviews to make sure we receive all the accurate information,” Boulder District Attorney Michael Dougherty said in a press conference soon after the shooting.

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