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Members of Hope Chapel take part in service early Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, in northeast Colorado Springs, Colo. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs police officer Garrett Swasey, who was one of the three victims of a shooting at a nearby Planned Parenthood clinic Friday, was a member of the congregation. (David Zalubowski/AP)
Members of Hope Chapel take part in service early Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, in northeast Colorado Springs, Colo. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs police officer Garrett Swasey, who was one of the three victims of a shooting at a nearby Planned Parenthood clinic Friday, was a member of the congregation. (David Zalubowski/AP)
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Residents of Colorado Springs, Colorado, are struggling to understand Friday’s violence. A gunman shot and killed three people and injured nine others during an attack on a Planned Parenthood clinic. It's one of a string of recent misfortunes that has left some in the city feeling battered. Megan Verlee from Here & Now contributor Colorado Public Radio reports.

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This segment aired on November 30, 2015.

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