Halloween mass shooting victims in Chicago struggle to heal, call for more support

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Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — Three children among 14 people who were shot and survived Halloween night are moving on with their lives, completing schoolwork, attending day care and even celebrating a 12th birthday nearly a month after the West Side mass shooting, relatives said. The mothers of the three: an 11-year-old girl and brothers who are 3 and 13, shared the heartbreaking details with the Chicago Tribune as they begin the long process to rebuild their lives. Meanwhile, the rest of the survivors, including a woman who was hit by a car while fleeing the hail of gunfire, have been released from hospitals and…

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