‘It was sickening’: Intern at Maryland newspaper is unsure if he’ll return to work after shooting


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During his fourth week as a summer intern at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, Anthony Messenger found himself in the midst of what he described as “hell” when a man walked into the newsroom with a gun, ultimately killing five of his colleagues. 
A rising senior at Salisbury University, Messenger said he’s unsure as to whether he’ll return to work and is still trying to “decompress.” 
“It was unfortunate to see such goodhearted people ultimately suffer such untimely, senseless deaths,” he said. 

During his fourth week as a summer intern at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, Anthony Messenger found himself in the midst of what he described as “hell” when a man walked into the newsroom with a gun, ultimately killing five of his colleagues. 

Amid the shooting, a tweet was sent from Messenger’s Twitter account pleading for assistance as he and a colleague were barricaded under a desk. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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