- A teacher at the Florida high school where 17 were killed in a mass shooting says the school did everything possible to prepare but ultimately failed.
- Lawmakers have called for increased gun control and attention to the problem of mass shootings in the wake of this shooting, but have done the same for other shootings without a tangible result.
- Falkowski broke down emotionally at the end of the interview and expressed her frustration with the government for failing to prevent these tragedies.
Melissa Falkowski, a teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 were killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday, became overcome with sadness while describing the safety precautions taken by the school and their ultimate failure to prevent lives from being lost.
Watch Falkowski’s emotional interview below:
- Senator slams Congress’ inaction on ‘epidemic of mass slaughter’ after Florida shooting
- There have already been 18 gun-related incidents at American schools in 2018
- Trump tweets that Florida school shooting suspect was ‘mentally disturbed’