Community Thanks Heroes in High Spring's School Shooting
Thanksgiving may be six months away, but this was a day of thanksgiving at high springs community school.
Almost 200 people crowded in to the school cafeteria in a show of gratitude and support for law enforcement officers who stopped Robert Nodine-- who opened fire on campus May 18th.
Students, parents, school staff, and fellow law enforcement officers paid tribute to the quick action of High Springs Sgt. Chuck Harper and Alachua County Sheriff's Deputy Brian Phillips.
Harper said he was touched by the outpouring of support.
Sheriff Sadie Darnell emphasized the shooting's outcome could have been very different if not for Phillips-- who is the school resource officer.
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