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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — The U.S. Navy says that Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Randall Smith, a reservist serving on active duty in Chattanooga, has died, bringing the death toll in Thursday's rampage to five.
His death occurred two days after a deadly shooting killed four Marines and injured three others, including the sailor, in Chattanooga.
Smith's Facebook page says he lived in Rossville, Ga., and is from Paulding, Ohio.
Smith died from his injuries a little after 2 this morning, according to the Navy.
Early on Thursday before the attack, Angie Smith and her daughters went to have an early picnic with their dad at the Riverwalk, a favorite family pastime, according to a next door neighbor.
Angie Smith had just pulled into the driveway back home, when she got the news that there had been an incident at her husband's work, said the neighbor who declined to give her name.
Multiple neighbors in the Smith's Rossville, Ga neighborhood, described Smith as a devout family man, who came home every day at precisely 4:30 p.m. He would wave as he road bikes down the street with his three little girls, all under the age of 6, in tow.
Angie and Randall Smith, who have been married since 2011, had moved into the neighborhood less than a year ago.
On Saturday, the house was guarded by four patrol cars as military officials formally notified the family.
The Salinas Journal in Kansas reported that Smith and his wife Angie have three daughters age 6 and younger. The newspaper spoke to an aunt, Tania Daugherty, who said family members drove all night after the shooting to be at Smith's side in Chattanooga.
Randall Smith lived in Ohio until he entered the service.
"He had just re-enlisted and got transferred [to Chattanooga]," Daugherty told the Journal.
Authorities say Kuwait-born Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, 24, of Hixson, Tennessee, unleashed a barrage of fire at a recruiting center in Chattanooga, then drove several miles away to a Navy and Marine reserve center, where he shot and killed the Marines, and wounded the sailor. Abdulazeez was shot to death by police.
Gov. John Kasich has called for prayers for an Ohio sailor reported as the fifth victim of deadly shootings at military sites in Tennessee.
Authorities say Kuwait-born Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, opened fire at a recruiting center in Chattanooga on Thursday, then drove several miles away to the Navy and Marine reserve center where he shot and killed four Marines and wounded Smith.
Kasich tweeted Saturday that the killings had claimed another victim and Ohio has lost another hero. He called for prayers for Smith, who grew up in the northwest Ohio village of Paulding, and his family.
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