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Oregon / School Shooting / Second Death #381632

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 22, 1998
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Springfield, OR: Bill Whitaker) Death of second student, Ben Walker, after shooting at Thurston High School in Springfield, OR, reported; description of suspect Kip Kinkel and his actions the day of the shooting reported; scenes shown of the school. [STUDENTS - describe Kinkel and his actions and the scene.] [Lane County Sheriff's Department Lieutenant Bret FREEMAN - describes bombs found at Kinkel home.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Heroes during the Springfield shooting featured; photos shown.

(Springfield, OR: John Blackstone) Aftermath of the shooting and attitudes of students discussed. [STUDENTS - talk about shooting and feelings about it.] [Shooting victim Sara BRANOM - describes shooting and her attitude toward guns.] ["Register-Guard" columnist Karen McCOWAN - says she hoped it wouldn't have been so bad.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Refusal of "Chicago Sun-Times" newspaper to put the shooting article on the front page reported. Thwarted school shooting attempt in Saint Charles, Missouri, reported.

Blackstone, John;
Bradley, Ed;
Whitaker, Bill

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