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Winnetka, Illinois / Shootings #321315

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 21, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Winnetka, Illinois: Frank Currier) Mtg. of students and families at Winnetka school where Laurie Dann's shooting rampage took place reported; scenes shown. [MAN, BOY -comment on incident.] Death of Nicholas Corwin recalled; photo shown. [Evanston hospital psychiatrist Dr. Ira SLOAN - discusses children's views.] Scenes shown of house where Dann killed herself. [WOMAN - says Dann was disturbed.] Dann reported leaving poisoned food at various sites. [Police chief Herbert TIMM - says situation not over.] Exs. of Dann's strange behavior outlined on screen. [GIRL - comments.]

Currier, Frank;
Schieffer, Bob

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