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Binghamton, New York / Shooting Rampage / DeLucia #928043

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 06, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A letter sent by Binghamton, New York, shooter Jiverly Wong to a TV station the day of the massacre reported; excerpts quoted.

(Binghamton, New York: Stephanie Sy) The story of shooting victim Shirley DeLucia, who called for help from the American Civic Assn., presented; scenes shown from outside the building; details given environment about her background as a volunteer. [91 dispatcher Kenny HOLMES†- recounts her demeanor in the phone call.] [Friend Jeanne CORANGELO†, brother Lyle FASSETT†, priest Father Michael MAHAIR‡- speak about Shirley.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) DeLucia's recovery noted.

Gibson, Charles;
Sy, Stephanie

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