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California school lockdown helped avoid Sandy Hook-like shooting massacre

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 November 2017
California school lockdown helped avoid Sandy Hook-like shooting massacreA US gunman was stopped from going on a Sandy Hook-like massacre of school children on Tuesday after staff at the California school quickly put the building into lockdown. Local police say the man opened fire "without provocation"...
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News video: How School Lockdown Helped Save Children’s Lives in California Shooting

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The California gunman who killed four people and wounded two schoolchildren earlier this week had killed his wife and buried her under the floorboards of their home before the shooting spree, according to police. The body of Kevin Neal's wife was found in his Rancho Tehama Reserve home a day after...

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