The possibility of a school shooting has become a serious concern at schools across the United States. If a shooting occurs, students are being taught to go into "lockdown" mode, where they go to designated classrooms and wait there until the emergency is over. ABC News safety consultant Bob Stuber demonstrates what students and teachers can do to stay safe if there is a shooting at their school.
Correspondent: Bob Stuber
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