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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 28, 2016
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Police say a 14 year old boy opened fire at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina. That's about 100 miles northeast of Atlanta. Two children and a teacher were wounded. The police say that before the shooter attacked the school, he murdered his father at home. Tonight, the teenager is in custody. And Jericka Duncan has our story. It was a teacher who made the initial call saying there was a gunman on campus. Most students were on recess when the shooting occurred. Then over 300 stude...
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Jericka Duncan
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00:02:08

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