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Saugus High School Students Allowed to Pick Up Belongings Days After Deadly Shooting

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Saugus High School Students Allowed to Pick Up Belongings Days After Deadly Shooting

Saugus High School Students Allowed to Pick Up Belongings Days After Deadly Shooting

Students at Saugus High School were allowed to return to campus Tuesday to pick up their belongings just days after a deadly shooting.

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