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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting #387037

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 20, 1999
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Bob McNamara) The school shooting in Littleton, Colorado, featured; details given of the deaths of the two gunmen; scenes shown of the school. [Student "JANINE" - says everyone around her got shot.] [STUDENT - says people thought it was a senior prank.] [Local REPORTER - says it is hard for a parent to see the tragedy.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The beginning of the police investigation of the school shooting reported. [Jefferson County, Colorado, Sheriff Jeff STONE - says two suspects were found dead; says there may be other suspects.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Interview held with Columbine High School team doctor Dr. Dave Hnida. [HNIDA - talks about the "Trench Coat Mafia"; describes the injuries to the students.]

(New York: Richard Schlesinger) Concerns about the people who commit school shootings examined. [PERSON - asks how a child can have so much rage.] [Columbia University Jeffrey FAGAN - says one cannot predict which children will become so violent.] [Northeastern University James FOX - says kids have always been impulsive, but now they are also armed.]

McNamara, Bob;
Roberts, John;
Schlesinger, Richard;
Stewart, Jim

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