Columbine High School Massacre

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An event that occurred on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School near Littleton, Colorado, in which two heavily armed students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, attacked their schoolmates, killing 12 students and one teacher and injuring another 21 students. The pair then committed suicide
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She describes how she heard about the Columbine school shootings in Colorado.
It was also within days of the anniversaries of the Waco massacre in 1993, the Oklahoma bombing in 1995, the Columbine School shootings in 1999, and the Virginia Tech tragedy in 2007.
The only event in the past 20 years that reshaped the gun control debate at all was the Columbine school shootings.
Precautions in high schools and universities have been taken since the Columbine school shootings and others like it.
CUTLINE: Dana Scott, whose sister Rachel was the first victim in the Columbine school shootings in 1999, challenged West Boylston students to make a better world last week.
Both gunmen posted violent clips on YouTube prior to the shootings, were fascinated by the 1999 Columbine school shootings in Colorado and died after shooting themselves in the head.
Clips from the 1999 Columbine school shootings in Colorado were listed among his favourite videos.
Clips from the 1999 Columbine school shootings in Colorado where two youths killed 13 people then themselves were listed among his favourite videos.
Clips from the 1999 Columbine school shootings in Colorado, where two youths killed 13 people then themselves, were listed among his favourite videos.
During the Columbine school shootings, local law enforcement special weapons and tactics (SWAT) teams and ambulances initially were told that there was shooting in the library.
Students get drug prevention education and sex education, and since the Thurston and Columbine school shootings, they know to tell an adult if another student brings a gun to school.
The anti-bullying movement spurred to new heights by the 1999 Columbine school shootings has led several states to adopt laws that attempt to crack down on the problem, the Washington Post reports.