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Commercial: Kyle Yorlitz / Phil Williams / Channel Five #1250518

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 17, 2020
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It's a big risk, but it's still unbelievable. Their son, Kyle Yorlitz was killed with a stolen gun. After all this time, it's like to stop. Stolen from an unmarked car. Not just irresponsible. It's insane. Last year, more than 700 guns were stolen out of cars parked in Nashville as that gun owner not have some responsibility. I don't think so. Channel Five's Phil Williams investigates. If some irresponsible gun owners are part of what's broken. In my mind, they're part of that crime. Tonight on ...

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