On July 5, 2014, a gunman entered Seattle Pacific University injuring three and killing one person before he was subdued. In the day following the mass shooting, students share stories about where they were when the shooting happened and how the community reacted. This report is part of a project on gun rights and regulations in America produced by the Carnegie-Knight News21 program.
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