Ohio School Shooting Coach

Chardon High School coach addresses the families and victims of the tragedy.
1:40 | 03/01/12

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-- have a lesson in resilience from the little town reeling tonight from that school shooting. For the first time since a gunman opened fire in a school cafeteria students return to their school in -- and Ohio. Hundreds of them marching together flanked by parents and friends as one student said. We're too young to handle this alone so will go through it together. And many of them -- their lives to one teacher in the football coach frank -- who chased the gunman out of the building and today. He spoke to the families of the three students who died and two every one rocked by the tragedy. The victims and their families I want to -- -- sorry. With -- birds are still with you. This fear that -- it. Demetrius. Also it. Was chinoy -- with them. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't know why. This happy. I only wish I could have done more. Not a hero. -- football coach in the studio teacher. Hundred tell you it's a moral or schools will be open. Our teachers will be there up. Our administration will be there are prepared to -- me. But more importantly our children will be there. I can't tell you how great these children are how great these kids are. God bless and thank -- An American town was trying to heal.

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