Christmas Hill Park, the site of July’s deadly Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting, reopened to the public Tuesday morning.

The 51-acre park, with its sports fields and hiking trails, reopened at 8 a.m., more than a month after the July 28 tragedy when a gunman shot 20 people, killing three.

Police last week identified the latest victim, who suffered a graze head wound during the shooting.

A moment of silence for the victims was held at 10:30 a.m.

Wahn on Wikimedia Christmas Hill Park sign in Gilroy, Calif., the site of the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival. There was an active shooter at the 41st annual festival, July 28, 2019 who shot and killed three people and injured more than a dozen others.

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