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Murrysville, Pennsylvania / School Stabbing #1114447

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) A knife attack by a high school student in Murrysville, Pennsylvania, introduced; photos shown.

(Murrysville, Pennsylvania: Peter Alexander) The stabbing rampage at Franklin Regional High School reviewed; scenes shown of the school and the suspect; details given about one student’s decision to pull the fire alarm to warn other students. [2 STUDENTS, MAN, student Zak AMSLER††, DOCTOR, Zak’s MOM, police OFFICER – comment.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Monroeville, Pennsylvania: Kate Snow) The bravery displayed by some of the students reviewed; details given about how student Gracey Evans performed life-saving actions on her best friend and how male students were injured protecting their female classmates; photo shown of victim Jared Boger††; Tweets congratulating student Nate Scimio† for pulling the fire alarm quoted. [EVANS - describes what happened.] [Forbes Hospital Dr. Mark RUBINO†- commends a student.] [PARENT – comments.] [Governor Tom CORBETT†- says there are a number of heroes.]

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter;
Snow, Kate

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