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Coach Dixon picked up one of their bicycles and said he would return it after the boys left the campus. Terry was waving the gun in the air as he rode away.
One other thing I would like to ask of those who read over this list of tragedies is this: If you can provide me with any more details of any of these incidents, I would greatly appreciate the information.
Or, if you know of another violent act at a school that is not on this list, please forward that information to me as well. Nash and an unnamed 12-year-old boy boarded bus No. The two students sat in the back of the bus with the boy sitting in the very back seat of the bus and Lagretta sitting diagonally in front of him.
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