How San Jose Residents Are Coping In Aftermath Of Mass Shooting
A public transit worker opened fire in a San Jose railyard Wednesday, killing eight people then himself. How are residents coping in the aftermath of the mass shooting?
Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley speaks with reporter Adhiti Bandlamudi, who lives a few blocks away from the railyard where the shooting took place.
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