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People gather outside St. Mary's of Chardon on Feb. 28 for a candlelight vigil remembering the victims of a school shooting in Chardon, Ohio.
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Students and those in the community embrace one another as they hold a candlelight vigil at St Mary's of the Assumption Church in Chardon, Ohio on Tuesday night.
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Three students was killed and 2 were injured in a shooting Monday morning at an Ohio high school, officials said.
Hundreds gathered at St. Mary's of Chardon Tuesday night following the deadly school shooting at Chardon High School.
The death toll rose to three students as the suspect, 17-year-old T.J. Lane, appeared at a preliminary hearing where a prosecutor said Lane had confessed to investigators and that he said he fired at students randomly.
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