Rep. Earl BlumenauerEarl BlumenauerRussia, China eclipse US in hypersonic missiles, prompting fears Water has experienced a decade of bipartisan success Way to go, Ted Poe MORE (D-Ore.) on Tuesday barely held back tears during a moment of silence for the Oregon high school shooting victims.

Blumenauer, who represents the district where the shooting at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Ore., occurred, said he had visited the school recently.

"I was there recently, and the kids gave me a wooden bowtie with a bicycle on it," Blumenauer said, holding up the bowtie. 

One student was killed and a teacher wounded. Police said that the gunman likely shot and killed himself.

"In a scene that is achingly familiar, this morning at Reynolds a shooting occurred," Blumenauer said.

Blumenauer's stifled sobs could be heard during the moment of silence.

Earlier Tuesday, the House passed a resolution to condemn the May 23 shooting in Isla Vista, Calif.

Several lawmakers noted that the House had observed many moments of silence in support of mass shooting victims recently.

"Another moment of silence for shooting victims on the House Floor. This is becoming a daily thing. What will it take?" Rep. Jim HimesJames (Jim) Andres HimesDem lawmaker: People will 'rot in hell' for attacking Mueller and Comey Dem rep: To call Mueller probe a witch hunt is ‘to be completely unhinged’ Overnight Cybersecurity: House Intel votes to release Russia report | House lawmakers demand Zuckerberg testify | Senators unveil updated election cyber bill MORE (D-Conn.) tweeted.

Video of Blumenauer's remarks can be viewed here.