MPR’s Dan Gunderson & John Enger reports on the survivors of the 2005 mass shooting at Red Lake High School in northern Minnesota. The tragedy changed everyone involved. A survivor, investigator, and community leader discuss how they cope and look for ways to prevent future shootings.
On March 21, 2005, 16-year-old Jeff Wiese shot his grandfather, his grandfather's partner, an unarmed security guard at the entrance of the school, a teacher, and five students, before shooting himself. Numerous students were left injured as well.
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