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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 2022
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(Studio: Shimon Prokupecz) CNN's access to the 911 call from a 10-year-old Khloe Torres & now Miah Cerrillo on the Robb Alimentary School shooting last May in Uvalde, Texas, presented; call played from Miah when police were in the hallway for 30 more minutes. How this call should have led to police action with an active shooter inside outlined. The situation there with the students on the phone inside & the police outside not making decisions discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Miah's father Miguel Cerrillo. [CERRILLO - offers views on hearing the audio of his daughter: it took a very long time to get the survivors out of the classroom, on how the girls used a teacher's phone to call 911, on his daughter's continuing anger & inability to sleep.]

Prokupecz, Shimon;
Cooper, Anderson

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