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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting #629473

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 28, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Jim Avila) A march in Littleton, Colorado, in support of the Columbine High School victims and survivors reported; the discovery of even more large bombs in the school reported. [Denver Police Department Bomb Squad Alex WOODS Senior - says that there could have been "unbelievable" damage if all of the bombs had exploded.] [Jefferson County, Colorado, Sheriff's Department sergeant Jim PARR - says there is no evidence for a third gunman.] [Store OWNER - says gunman Dylan Klebold seemed like a nice guy.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Roger O'Neil) The continuing investigation into the background of gunman Eric Harris reported. [Former classmate Nora BORDEAU - says Harris was "sweet" and made good grades.] [Student Aaron COHEN - says Harris and Klebold acted strangely at school.] [Student Matt GOOD and mother Karen GOOD - says the Harris family kept to themselves.]

Avila, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom;
O'Neil, Roger

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