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By The Canadian Press
FREDERICTON — Family members of three RCMP officers killed in a 2014 Moncton attack say the Fredericton shooting deaths will bring a fresh wave of trauma to New Brunswick — and bring painful memories to the surface for many.
The shootings that killed four people on Friday — including two municipal police officers — come just four years after Justin Bourque’s rampage that killed Constables Doug Larche, Fabrice Gevaudan and Dave Ross.
Daniel Larche, the brother of Doug, said news of the Fredericton deaths are difficult to hear.