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Atlanta, Georgia / School Incident / Clerk Interview #1050219

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 20, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The ABC News interview held with school clerk Antoinette Tuff about the gunman at the grade school in Atlanta presented; scenes shown from outside the school. [By phone, TUFF - says she talked to the man the whole time and got him to put down the ammunition and surrender.] [DeKalb County police Chief Cedric ALEXANDER†- explains how the kids were gotten out.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Decatur: David Mattingly) The charges against gunman Michael Hill††, who took hostages, called the TV station, fired at police officers before he gave himself up and how the kids were taken out the back of the school discussed; photos shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, David

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