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>> Lights flashing, police car swarm a school campus Tuesday morning. The all too familiar scene played out this time at Great Mills High School in Maryland.>> On this day we realize our worst nightmare. That our greatest asset, our children were attack in one of our places of, a bastion of safety and security, one of our schools.
>> 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rawlins shot a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy with a handgun just before classes began. The school resource officer, a member of the SWAT team quickly reacting. Rawlins was killed, his two victims rushed to the hospital. This latest campus shooting, as student from Parkland, Florida, and across the nation prepare to demonstrate in Washington Saturday.
They're calling it March for our Lives. The Valentine's Day rampage at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High school that left 17 people dead inspired the students turned activists to call on legislators to ban assault rifles and mandate stricter background checks. New details on shooter Nicolas Cruz highlighting how easy it is to slip through the cracks.
Roxanne Deschamps, who took Cruz in after his mother death, spoke out Tuesday. She described her efforts to warn police that Cruz was mentally unstable, armed, and dangerous.>> We called 911. We explained to the officer that Nicolas had purchased a gun and that we were afraid of his intention.
The police said that anyone was allowed to bury a gun, and that Nicolas was allowed to do that.>> But three 911 calls, and a tip to the FBI, wasn't enough.