Chattanooga mayor: We owe these five heroes and their families a deep debt of gratitude

In this image made from video and released by WRCB-TV, authorities work an active shooting scene on amincola highway near the Naval Reserve Center, in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Thursday, July 16, 2015. Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke says police are pursuing an active shooter after reports of a shooting at the military reserve center. (WRCB-TV via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
photo Staff photo by Doug Strickland Mayor Andy Berke speaks during the funeral service of civil rights pioneer James R. Mapp on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at Orchard Knob Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tenn. Mapp, who was 87 when he died on June 19, was the former president of both the Chattanooga and Tennessee NAACP.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke told the city council on that the city will support those left behind by Thursday's shooting of five U.S. servicemen.

Berke urged the council and all residents to support the families of the four Marines and one Navy sailor who perished in the attack.

"We owe these five heroes and their families a deep debt of gratitude," Berke said.