Romney visits Colo. shooting victim

Romney visits Colo. shooting victim

Aurora : CO : USA | Aug 02, 2012 at 2:17 PM PDT
Source: The Hill
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McKayla Hicks, 17, was in the movie theater adjacent to the site of the massacre and was hit in the face by fragments of a bullet that came through the theater wall. Romney said that Hicks sustained injuries to her jaw and had teeth knocked out by the gunfire. FULL ARTICLE AT The Hill
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