Lindsay Nair

Reporter for the Roanoke Times

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At least 22 people killed today, some of them students, in  two shootings at Virginia Tech  in Blacksburg, Virginia.  The tragedy is thought to be called the deadliest shooting ever at…

Gunman Kills 22 at Virginia Tech

At least 22 people killed today, some of them students, in two shootings at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.  The tragedy is thought to be called the deadliest shooting ever at…

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