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Colorado / Gay Nightclub Shooting / Fierro, Hudson Interviews #1399714

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 21, 2022
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(Studio: John Berman) The shooting massacre Saturday night by Anderson Aldrich at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado that could be a hate crime introduced; photos shown of five victims: Kelly Loving, Ashley Paugh, Raymond Vance, Daniel Aston & Derrick Rump with statements on each ome of the victims. [Colorado Springs police Chief Adrian VASQUWZ - credits Richard Fierro & James with saving lives.]

(Studio: John Berman) Earlier discussion held with Fierro about what happened when he took down the Club Q gunman. [In emotional interview, FIERRO - offers views on Raymond, his daughter's boyfriend, what he did when the shooting started, pulling down the armed man, getting the gun away, hitting the man with his handgun, on his motivation in helping: doing first aid on the wounded friend, tht he is not a hero, just a guy who wanted to protect his family,]

(Studio: John Berman) Earlier interview held with wounded shooting victim Barrett Hudson. [HUDSON - offers views on his recovery, on what happened inside the club, a man murdered in front of him, everyone running, getting shot seven times, running out & away, how he did not expect to live after being shot.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:19:00

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