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Emergency crews to hear Columbine response leader

WATERLOO (KWWL) -- Ray Rahne, the man who led emergency responders through the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, will be speaking on the campus of Hawkeye Community College this week. 

Rahne currently serves as a battalion chief with the Littleton Fire Rescue Department.  The Columbine shooting is recognized around the world as a symbol of school violence and tragic loss. 

Rayne will be speaking to hundreds of law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and school administrators.  April 20, 2009, marks the ten-year anniversary of the Columbine shooting.   A total of 15 people died in the shooting and 24 were injured.  

 

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