UNC-Charlotte students talk to the 20 Minute morning show about the shooting on campus that killed 2 people and injured 4...Students give their accounts of what happened

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Two people were killed and four others wounded in a shooting Tuesday at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, authorities said.  We got a chance to go on campus last night and speak with some of the students and get their account of what transpired during those three harrowing hours before the police gave the all clear on campus. Police identified the suspect later in the day as Trystan Andrew Terrell, 22. They said he was being charged with two counts of murder and four of attempted murder, among other crimes.

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