“Actually, the NPR station I was listening to started reporting on it.”
His sister and brother-in-law did not see anything, but a secretary in the lawyer’s office reported hearing shots and later saw through the window what appeared to be a suspect in custody, he said.
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“Relief” is how McGregor said he felt knowing that his family members were not hurt.
“It hits really close to home ... I don’t know what to think right now,” he said.
His sister and brother-in-law told him they are worried about their children, who were home safe with a baby-sitter. “They know their children are going to have questions and they’re hoping they can answer them.”
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