US school shooting lasted five minutes. On social media, it never ended


Social media likely isn't going away, but that doesn't mean there aren't ways to make it more beneficial and reduce the possibility of it playing a role in encouraging mass violence, expert says. — Technology photo created by rawpixel.com - www.freepik.com

Social media is a glimpse into the minds of teenagers.

It helps to paint a full picture of the days leading up to the shooting that rocked the nation and panic that ensued in the five minutes alleged shooter Ethan Crumbley took out his gun and opened fire and how the lives of every student at Oxford High School changed forever.

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