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April 15, 2013

In their first television interview, Harry and Mary Schaab of Greensburg speak about losing both of their children to gun violence. Their son Michael was killed in the March 2012 Western Psych shooting, 17 months after their daughter Nancy was shot and killed by her boyfriend.


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In their first television interview, Harry and Mary Schaab of Greensburg speak about losing both of their children to gun violence. Their son Michael was killed in the March 2012 Western Psych shooting, 17 months after their daughter Nancy was shot and killed by her boyfriend.


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