Leonardo Scott, left, and Mike David of Harrison Central High School and Amy Thibodeaux of North Woolmarket Elementary listen to the 911 tape from the Columbine shooting during a safety and security training session at the Harrison County School District Center for Excellence in Gulfport on Monday.
Leonardo Scott, left, and Mike David of Harrison Central High School and Amy Thibodeaux of North Woolmarket Elementary listen to the 911 tape from the Columbine shooting during a safety and security training session at the Harrison County School District Center for Excellence in Gulfport on Monday. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Leonardo Scott, left, and Mike David of Harrison Central High School and Amy Thibodeaux of North Woolmarket Elementary listen to the 911 tape from the Columbine shooting during a safety and security training session at the Harrison County School District Center for Excellence in Gulfport on Monday. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

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