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January 8th - Ten Years

A decade has passed since the tragic mass shooting tragedy in Tucson; we talk to survivors, witnesses, and medical personnel on the front lines that day.

January 8th, 2011 is a day seared into the memory of most southern Arizonans. On that day, ten years ago, nineteen people were shot, including U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords. Six of them were killed. Arizona Illustrated host Tom McNamara sits down with a survivor, witnesses, and a surgeon who treated the wounded to discuss the tragedy's impact and legacy.

Producer: John Booth
Videographers: Martin Rubio, Robert Lindberg, Gage Judd, Matthew Potwardowski
Editors: John Booth, Robert Lindberg

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