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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting #387055

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 21, 1999
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(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Bill Whitaker) The aftermath of the school shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, featured; reduction of the number of fatalities noted. [Jefferson County, Colorado, Sheriff's Department Steve DAVIS - says there are no other suspects yet.] [Student Crystal WOODMAN - says she was in the library.] [Father of victim Richard CASTALDO - says he is still fortunate because his son is alive.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) The difficulty of investigating the shootings due to the many bombs in the school noted; timeline of events given; computer animation of the school campus SHOWN. [In interview, student Kevin KENNIGER - describes what he did during the shooting.]

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Recovery of evidence from the homes of the suspects and from the school reported. [DAVIS - describes the bombs.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Bob McNamara) The background of suspects Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold examined; details given of the removal of evidence from Klebold's home; scenes shown of the pair's homes. [Friend of suspects Erik VEIK - says he did not think Klebold and Eric Harris would have done such a crime.] [Friend of suspects Nick BAUMGART - says nobody wanted the suspects to be mad at them.] [Friend of suspects Michelle HARTSOUGH - says Harris was having problems.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim;
Whitaker, Bill

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