A traumatized Marjory Stoneman Douglas student is assisted by a law enforcement officer after she and hundreds of classmates were able to flee the high school where Nikolas Cruz opened fire with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, killing 17, on Feb. 14.
A traumatized Marjory Stoneman Douglas student is assisted by a law enforcement officer after she and hundreds of classmates were able to flee the high school where Nikolas Cruz opened fire with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, killing 17, on Feb. 14. John McCall Sun Sentinel
A traumatized Marjory Stoneman Douglas student is assisted by a law enforcement officer after she and hundreds of classmates were able to flee the high school where Nikolas Cruz opened fire with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle, killing 17, on Feb. 14. John McCall Sun Sentinel

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