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Winnetka, Illinois / Shootings #321294

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 20, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Winnetka, Illinois: Frank Currier) Woman named Laurie Dann reported ordering school children in Winnetka to stand against wall and then opening fire on them; details given, scenes shown. [Winnetka police chief Herbert TIMM - comments on shootings.] Shootings noted occurring in affluent suburb of Chicago. [PARENTS -comment on incident.] Dann reported then fleeing to house in neighborhood and wounding resident. [Winnetka police department Joe SUMMER - comments on young man who was shot.] Dead and injured numbers given. [Evanston hospital spokesperson Dr. David WINCHESTER - tells conds. of patients.] Dann noted having argument with people for whom she babysat. [Northbrook police department spokesperson Randy WALTERS - says Dann set fire to house prior to shooting rampage.] Father quoted with regard to emotional trauma to children.

Reporter(s):
Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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