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Rep. Comer issues statement on shooting, Marshall Co. HS

From Michael Gossage, Rep. Comer's Communications Office

TOMPKINSVILLE, KY – (Tue 23 Jan 2018) - Congressman James Comer's Senior Field Representative, Martie Wiles, has been with local officials in Marshall County all morning and has been keeping the Congressman updated. Congressman Comer issued the following statement on the horrific shooting tragedy at Marshall County High School:

"This morning’s senseless and evil attack in Marshall County is news that horrifies us all. My thoughts & prayers are with the students and faculty at Marshall County High School where there has been a tragic school shooting. I stand with the school, first responders and the entire Marshall County community, we are all united with you today."




This story was posted on 2018-01-23 09:48:46
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