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Survivor of the New Zealand Mass Shooting Shares Horror of His Escape: 'I Had to Run'

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Survivor of the New Zealand Mass Shooting Shares Horror of His Escape: 'I Had to Run'

Survivor of the New Zealand Mass Shooting Shares Horror of His Escape: 'I Had to Run'

Two mass shooting attacks at mosques in New Zealand left at least 49 people dead and 20 injured.

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