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  • ‘The loneliest club’: For survivors caught in endless loop of mass shootings, time doesn’t always heal

    USA Today - 12/02/2019

    Since 2006, nearly 1,800 people have died in amass shooting in the U.S. (defined as a shooting with at least four fatalities, not including the suspect), according to the USA TODAY/Associated Press/Northeastern University mass killings database.

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