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911 tapes released from Arapahoe High School shooting


LITTLETON, CO. (WKOW) -- Authorities have released the 911 tapes from last week's Arapahoe High School shooting in Colorado.

In it you can hear a 911 dispatcher informing authorities about an injured student. CALLER: "Be advised at this time, we do have one student down, and they have found shotgun shells."

The student gunned down was 17-year-old Claire Davis. According to her family she is still in the hospital in a coma, but in stable condition.

Davis' classmates, friends, and even strangers gathered together this weekend to honor her and pray for her recovery in a candle light vigil.

Support has been flooding in online as well. On Twitter a campaign to get "One Direction" Davis' favorite band to come visit with Hash tag "Get1DtoClaire". 

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