FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966 file photo, one of the victims of Charles Joseph Whitman, the sniper who gunned down victims from a perch in the University of Texas tower, is carried across the campus to a waiting ambulance in Austin. Survivors of mass shootings say what got them through was leaning on family, friends and counselors.
FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966 file photo, one of the victims of Charles Joseph Whitman, the sniper who gunned down victims from a perch in the University of Texas tower, is carried across the campus to a waiting ambulance in Austin. Survivors of mass shootings say what got them through was leaning on family, friends and counselors. File AP Photo
FILE - In this Aug. 1, 1966 file photo, one of the victims of Charles Joseph Whitman, the sniper who gunned down victims from a perch in the University of Texas tower, is carried across the campus to a waiting ambulance in Austin. Survivors of mass shootings say what got them through was leaning on family, friends and counselors. File AP Photo

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