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Murrysville, Pennsylvania / School Stabbing / Witness Interview #1063249

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A stabbing attack by a high school student in Murrysville, Pennsylvania, introduced. [Witness Gracey EVANS†- describes what happened.]

(Murrysville, Pennsylvania: Pamela Brown) The attack at Franklin Regional High School featured; scenes and photos shown with scanner audio played; details given about the casualties. [Murrysville police Chief Thomas SEEFELD†, student Zachary ANGLER†, Forbes Rregional Hospital Trauma Center Dr. Chris KAUFMANN†, Governor Tom CORBETT†. student Zach SHEDD†- describe what happened in the stabbing rampage.] The charges against the 16-year-old attacker and his background discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The heroes featured. [CORBETT - says there are many student heroes.] Live interview held with student Gracey Evans. [EVANS - recounts what happened in the stabbing attack.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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