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At Umpqua Community College in rural Oregon on Thursday, a shooter killed nine victims, wounded others and killed himself in the rampage. President Obama addressed the shooting in remarks at a press conference Friday.
They ranged in age from 18 to 67. One of them was an 18-year-old soccer player, another, 34, had just enrolled at the college. One victim was 18 and was just about to take his brown belt test.
The president spoke again Friday, one day after the shooting at an Oregon community college that killed nine. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to correspondent Tamara Keith about the president's response.