`You shot me?'

Fitzgerald, Nancy
January 1997
Scholastic Choices;Jan97, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p6
Discusses the impact of the death of Michael Steber, a victim of a gun accident, to gun ownership and how the family is coping with his death. Description of the accident; Communities' reaction to Michael's death; Activities of the family to help prevent the reoccurrence of another gun accident particularly those involving children; Gun safety and gun regulation laws. INSET: Help stop gun accidents..


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