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Lorenzo Flores and Terri Smith are comforted by a friend. Flores and Smith learned their friend Joann Ward and two of her children were killed in the shooting. (Joey Palacios/Texas Public Radio)
Lorenzo Flores and Terri Smith are comforted by a friend. Flores and Smith learned their friend Joann Ward and two of her children were killed in the shooting. (Joey Palacios/Texas Public Radio)
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The residents of Sutherland Springs, Texas, are trying to mend their wounds after dozens of people were killed or injured in Sunday's mass shooting. The usually quiet town is now in a tragic spotlight as news crews, law enforcement agencies and some 400 townspeople try to understand what happened.

Joey Palacios (@Joeycules) from Texas Public Radio reports.

This segment aired on November 7, 2017.

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