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Texas / School Shooting #1124912

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 19, 2018
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(Sanra Fe, Texas: Tom Llamas) Yesterday's deadly school shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas featured; scenes shown from outside the school & of killer student Dimitrios Pagourtzis†, who used his father's weapons. [Wounded student Rome SHUBERT, student Dakota SCHRADER††, TEEN - describe what happened.] A statement from the shooter's parents quoted.

(Santa Fe, Texas: Marcus Moore) The view of the students & others presented; victims' photos & a "die-in" in California to combat gun violence shown. [Student Liberty WHEELER - talks about slain student Angelique Ramirez.] [Galveston County Judge Mark HENRY†- praises the wounded officer.] [Mother Amanda WHEELER - comments.] The coming recovery at this school discussed,

Llamas, Tom;
Moore, Marcus

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