Woman who watched 7 classmates die in 1995 just went viral with response to Florida massacre

In the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting at a Parkland, FL high school where 17 students were killed by a teenager with an AR-15 victims and their families are dealing with a barrage of “thoughts and prayers” and not much else.

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Heather Booth survived a 1995 tragedy in which her school bus collided with a train and seven of her classmates were killed in Fox River Grove, IL. She tweeted her perspective on the situation from the survivor’s point of view.

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Her words went viral because they rang so true.

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Nikolas Cruz shot 17 of his classmates with an AR-15 rifle on Valentine’s Day. He could face the death penalty for the crime.

This is the latest in a string of mass shootings – a gun went off in an Los Angeles classroom just last week, a gunman opened fire on a music festival in Las Vegas, killing over 50 people and injuring nearly 500 last year, a terrorist opened fire on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando almost two years ago.

The public has tired of the ritual Republican call for thoughts and prayers in the wake of these outbreaks of violence and the Democrats’ typically impotent calls for stricter gun control. This time, the survivors of the shooting, high school students, are speaking out and calling explicitly for something tangible to be done about the ease of access to guns in America.

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