DUDLEY, Mass. (WHDH) — Representatives from Nichols College in Dudley were at a Florida high school for a recruiting trip when the shooting started. Gunshots rang out around them as four students and a dean and coach from Nichols huddled in an athletic office inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Wednesday. Assistant Dean for Enrollment Paul Brower said they started their recruitment visit just 20 minutes before hearing what sounded like explosions.
PARKLAND, Fla. (AP/WHDH) — A former student opened fire with a semiautomatic rifle at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing at least 17 people and sending scores of students fleeing into the streets in the nation’s deadliest school shooting since a gunman attacked an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.
BOSTON (WHDH) — A Boston city councilor said he is taking action about a hidden danger after a dog was electrocuted and killed by a stray voltage under a sidewalk in Boston. Mary Beth Begley said she was walking her Plott Hound, Bob, on Southampton Street last month. As they walked towards a street light control box, Bob was electrocuted. “He was screaming, I was yelling at people to come help me and then all of a sudden he collapsed,” said Begley.
Coming up 11p hear from a local college administrator who was on a football recruiting trip at the Parkland FL HS when the gunman started shooting. We caught up with him as he arrived home from FL @7News#7Newshttps://t.co/E3fgQBO7gn
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Selecting a term
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